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Importing multiple maps into Excel

This is a discussion on Importing multiple maps into Excel within the MapPoint Desktop Discussion forums, part of the Map Forums category; I am using an Excel database with multiple addresses of consumers and store locations in each record. I need to ...

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    dadburne is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Importing multiple maps into Excel

    I am using an Excel database with multiple addresses of consumers and store locations in each record. I need to use Mappoint to create driving directions and a map for each record in my database. I also need the directions to be stored in the original database or stored relationally in another database. Also I need the maps to store in a folder as jpegs and a be given a unique name that is also store relationally in a database.
    Thanks,
    Byron Boyd[/i]

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    Wilfried is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    Hi,

    Maybe my english is not suffiicient, but euh what is the problem ?

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    too much

    Dadburne wants a lot of application Wilfried.

    1) Create waypoints and calculate a route. (.waypoints.add then .calculate) He then wants to save the results (in the directions collection) to a relational database.

    2) for these same routes he wants to do a .copymap method and then save the clipboard content to Excel as a JPG object.

    Some enterprising consultant like yourself, Wilfried , should be able to put this together for him for a humble fee. On the other hand if he has done some of the work and has gotten stuck I'm sure we'd be able to help him out for free.
    Calv1ns

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    And how much might that cost?

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    Wilfried is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    Hi,

    64 women, 15 camels, 13 horses and 104 packet of cigarets. The women may not have a mass above 50 Newton each. 1 third has to be prepayed before I start the job.

    If you really need a commercial pricing then email me offline with all details you need, please only if it is serious because I dont have any spare time. I probably contact others also to get the job done in a group.

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    I will check the sriousness before sending the request. Thanks for the humor.
    Byron

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