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Old September 28th, 2005, 09:45 AM
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Default MapPoint and Access

Ok here goes. This is a good one for all you Genius types out there. Does anyone know of a way that through Access I can pass an Address to MapPoint and receive back the Directions to that address.

I am doing this manually currently, and wish I could set up a loop to say here are my 1500 addresses, now go print me directions from this from the street address where I work.

Or, does anyone know of any software out there that will accomodate this type of thing? MapPoint is a MS product so I chose that particular one hoping that there would be some type of interface.

Now, I have done this type of thing using Access and Groupwise and would be willing to share that with anyone that needs it. So, I know it can be done with some other types of software.

Please Help and Thanks again, you all are just the BEST!!!!


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