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I have a bunch of Office 2003 applications that are still in use and our SQL Server environment is soon to
upgrade to SQL Server 2012.  I've heard rumors that Office 2003 VBA applications will not run in SQL Server 2012.
Is this true?
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Not true, never heard this. my last company was still able to connect SQL 2012 from Access 2003
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