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Hi

I am new to using Visual Studio 2005.

I am creating an App for Access. How do I use DoCmd in my code
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riyazthad earned 2000 total points
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- Create a new project
- Add COM referece by selecting Microsoft Access Object Library . Click on 'Add Reference' and select COM tab.
- Create object of type Access.Application

like

Dim obj As Access.Application
obj = New Access.ApplicationClass

Now you can use Docmd method by invoking

Obj.doCmd

I hope this will help u.

Thad
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by:Murray Brown
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I am gettingt t5he error 'Access.Application' is not defined
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What about Microsoft.Office.Interop.Access.Application
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