From: Philip Herlihy on 14 Dec 2009 07:25
MapPoint can do this.
There's a free trial, so you could impress your boss enough to get him to
pay for a license (about £250, new version out at the end of this month).
Autoroute will do something similar - if you're in the US the equivalent is
called something like "Streets and Trips". Autoroute was discontinued after
"YorksTopBear" <YorksTopBear(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I have created an Access DB showing a list of over 150 contacts worldwide.
> What would be ideal, to show them to the boss, would be to plot the cities
> against a map and reference them with a numbered flag relating to the
> corresponding record. Can this be done? Please Help.
From: Arvin Meyer [MVP] on 14 Dec 2009 20:50
"Philip Herlihy" <thiswillbounceback(a)you.com> wrote in message
> MapPoint can do this.
> There's a free trial, so you could impress your boss enough to get him to
> pay for a license (about �250, new version out at the end of this month).
> Autoroute will do something similar - if you're in the US the equivalent
> is called something like "Streets and Trips". Autoroute was discontinued
> after 2007.
> Phil, London
I'm pretty sure that Streets & Trips (and probably AutoRoute) do not have a
programmable object model.
Arvin Meyer, MCP, MVP
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