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Could not create an instance of the DTS package

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I am trying to create a table using the Client Access ODBC and I get this error:
Could not create an instance of the DTS package.
Any thoughts?
Thanks in advance,
Jim
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Can you call DTS packages from Access ??
Or did you write some code to do that ?

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