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How can i connect to bitrive database via access

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How can i connect to bitrive database via access. i use office 2003. i could not find any ODBC driver.
what should i do?
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by:TheSloath
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Maybe it's a typo that's the problem: a quick Google of 'btrieve ODBC driver' returns a fair few links?
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by:Mohamadi
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i have found a programe which install odbc driver for btrieve. but it needs btrieve interface dll.
where can i found it?
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