Can SQL Server Version 9 Create an Access 2007 table

I have a potential client who says they are using SQL Server version 9.  It is not clear to me what version 9 means.  Is this a flavor of SQL Server 2008?

At any rate.  I am wonding if this version of SQL is capable of doing a query and tranlating the result set into an Access 2007 table.  Y/N

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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
SQL 90 = SQL 9 = SQL 2005
SQL 100= SQL 10 = SQL 2008
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
>At any rate.  I am wonding if this version of SQL is capable of doing a query and tranlating the result set into an Access 2007 table.  Y/N

in order to populate the result t an MSAccess Table, u should create a linked server to the access database
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