The Microsoft Access team posted Power Tip: Integrate Silverlight into an Access database (Part II) on 12/17/2010:
As you may remember from their previous post, software developer Derrick VanArnam and DBA Russell Fox have developed a way to integrate Silverlight into an Access database by using the Web Browser Control that is included with Access 2010. Since that first post, they have been working on ways to improve the coding experience to make the Silverlight/Access integration faster and easier, and they now have a new version of their free sample database available for download. Check out their post here!
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See the Integrate Silverlight into an Access Project with a Web Browser Control post of 11/17/2010 for the first episode in this series.