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    Qucik question about the ODBC driver

    I just installed the ODBC driver to link mySQL with Access but i have just now realized that i never bothered to find out that with the ODBC driver installed does it allow me to use my newly created form to update my mysql database located on a hosted server ? not creating tables and such but just to enter the information into them

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