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I wound like to use Google Maps in my Access application what is the best approach for this?
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Your quest is very general and what you want to do is  vague.

Please give a detail description of exactly what you want to do.

Here are a few  possible solutions that you may be looking for:

1) http://www.peterssoftware.com/ggc.htm 
Geocoder

Geocoder is an example Microsoft® Access® database that shows how to use the Google Geocoding API (V3) and an internet connection to convert addresses in your database into latitude and longitude values in preparation for displaying those address locations on a Google Map. Displaying address locations on a map is a great way to geographically and visually enhance your Access application.

With Geocoder you can:

    Convert an address into latitude and longitude values.
    Convert a list of addresses.
    Learn to call internet services from your Access application and interpret results.
    Prepare your database to incorporate the Google Maps API.

2) Map an address
Google-Maps-Example.zip
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