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MS Access integration with MS Lync

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I currently have a Microsoft Access 2010 application that I want to integrate with Lync to make telephone calls.  I would like to put together some script that will facilitate click and call from an Access Form.  Is anyone aware of which ActiveX control to use or how I should call Lync from VBA?
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This page should help you.
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Strivoli, the link appears to be broken.  The video is not playing.  I did install Silverlight by the way.
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The link was more like self-directed learning rather than an answer.
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