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From:Curtis Maurand Date:March 9 2005 1:28pm
Subject:Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft Office
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Using ODBC, however, you can link Access tables to MySQL tables and use
Access as the front end to MySQL.  It works very nicely.

Curtis

Martijn Tonies said:
>> > > Alternatively you could use OpenOffice.org
> (http://www.openoffice.org/)
>> > > which has built in MySQL support.
>> >
>> > Alternatively, you could switch to MS Access, which is very well
>> > supported by Microsoft Office.
>> >
>> > :-)
>> mmhhh MySQL Vs. Access MS... just a little be different :-)))
>
> Yes, very :-)
>
> So is MS Office and OpenOffice :-)
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