How can I add an event to Google Calender from MS Access?

Posted on 2012-09-20
Last Modified: 2012-10-17
I have been looking all day to find the answer to my question. Does anyone have any ideas or something to get me working in the right direction. It looks like I need to use the Google API but I am not understanding how to get started. Any input would be great.
Question by:seanlhall
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    Here's a link to help you out.  It explains it pretty well.  You would need to add a reference in you database to Microsoft Internet Transfer Control.

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