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How to refernce a .net program in access application

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i am having a .net application with all source code and i am trying to reference an access application to the dll file, in order to be able to use some functions out of this program, i believe it's possible but i don't know how to do it,
any help would be appreciated
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Take a look at this comment where I demoed doing similar in Excel:  http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/Q_26450356.html#a33598281. The process will be the same for Access.
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thanks for the information, i tried to follow you, and i had a .net developer following your guide but for some reason after referencing the .tlb i don't see any methods in the object explorer
please advise
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i resolved my problem creating an internal web service using IIS
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i am calling the .net function with web service
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