Data from Access to Google Calendar

We are trying to eliminate double entry in our small business. We currently use access to manage just about all our company data. We then use google calendars to manage the calendars. Currently when a customer signs up, we have to enter all information (address, phone, appointment times) in access and then google calendars.

Is there a way to enter the information only in Access and then push a button and have it go to Google Calendars? After the appointment is made, all changes can just be through the calendar. No need for them to talk to each other again.

Any advice or direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Salah Eddine ELMRABETTechnical Lead Manager (Owner)Commented:

You can make an export in CSV format from your ACCESS and import it to google calendar daily or in specified frenquency.

Here is more about import and SCV related to google calendar:

Also you can synchronize your access database with google calendar, an answered question will be find here:

Best Regards.


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