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Is it possible to use VB to integrate microsoft streets and trips with Access, or do I need MapPoint for this?

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i don't know about those program but as long as they belongs to M$, sure they would have some sort of Automation througth COM.
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ok thought so....it just looked like MapPoint had alot more built-in info.  
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