Open Access db through command line

My objective is to create a DTS task execute process task that will open Access db and once the access db is open it will automatically execute AutoExec macro.
Can you tell me How to open an access database through command line/.bat file ?
How to call that .bat file in my DTS ?
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Take a look at

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\msaccess.exe" "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\samples\northwind.mdb"
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
what  exactly are you trying to do?

copy this in a notepad and save as .bat

c:\program files\Microsoft office\office11\msaccess c:\folder\xxx.mdb /X MacroName

normally you can run a .bat file using Scheduled Task not sure about DTS

To clarify on my prior post, in DTS, create a new "Execute Process Task", in the Win32 process textbox, enter/browse to your path to Microsoft Access, will depend on version of Office you have. Then in the parameters textbox, enter the full database path in quotes (i.e. - "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\samples\northwind.mdb")

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Syd2008Author Commented:
I create a "execute process task"
and in Win32----->browse to my access db.mdb

when I try to execute this task its giving me an error msg: general error-2147024703(800700c1) any idea why I am getting this error ?
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