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VB.net Excel Add-in Import Text File into Access database

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In my Excel Add-in, I want to transfer a text file into an Access database.
What VB.net code would I use to do this?
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That would depend on your other question about working with the Access database...
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Normally, you would use VBA code to create an Excel add-in.  Did you use VSTO to create the add-in?
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thanks for the help.
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