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I want to write data to Microsoft Access file. I was not sure how to do that. I want to open the file & write data in to it.
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Use ODBC to do this.  

And this probably means you won't be using Borland C++ but rather Visual Basic or Delphi.
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If I use VIsual Basic, how do I go about doing it??
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For this you'd need a Visual Basic manual to go through the steps.
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