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Hello, I fave a table of securities and I need to retrieve some information on Bloomberg for each one of them... Something like a BDP in excel... Is this possible to do in VBA from Access??

Suppose I need the STRIKE for some option. In excel it would be "=BDP("opt";"OPT_STRIKE_PX"). How would I do that in Access??


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This is code is not for VBA I guess, but for some language like C# maybe... I want something in VBA so I can run INSIDE Access...
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