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For questions relating to using Access and VBA as a front end to MS SQL Server, which Forum should I post to? I am confused about mixing VBA code and T-SQL code, and the best way to pass parameters/variables between the two.

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I would use access... since your writing VBA in Access to talk to SQL... Access is the development enviornment...


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