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BOOK: Beginning Access 2007 VBA ISBN: 978-0-470-04684-5
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I am working with an older Access Database Application. It contains a great deal of VBA code, all of which is based on a DAO Reference.

Can I write a procedure, using the ADO Reference, to manipulate data that are found in tables in this older database, or must I use DAO.

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Ron (VBA Novice)
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