Google Maps

I have a DB for our Church Hamper Service and I need to be able to check addresses using Google maps or something similar, I have searched the Forum but can't find what I need. Using MS Access 2010

I want to be able to lookup the addresses of a client but find a route, we just need to confirm the address as we are a fixed point i.e. everything is sent from us.

Also want to keep as simple as possible as some of the volunteers are not computer literate.

The DB will be used by up to 8 people per month and I have checks in place to stop any deletions etc

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