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How do you load an access database form in vb 6?

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first open a data application in the opening window there is a dataenviroment and bind your database to the environment

you can select a text box and in the property table under the data there is data sourse and field l

after run the application it will bind whithout any code

first of all create a database file,then open the vb application.after opening place any control as you like.then connect the datasource as file name and data fields.

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Use DAO scripting Runtime..

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