Question about Microsoft Office Access 2003 (077-02871) for PC
Place an ADODC control on your form in VB.
In the properties of the ADODC control goto the TAB General.
click "Use Connection String. With the button Build you can point to your database.
With the following code you can connect to db:
.RecordSource = "SELECT * From YOURTABLE"
Now you have the table in the adodc control.
you can now do this:
Label1.caption = Adodc.Recordset!YOURFIELD
YOURTABLE = the name of your table in the database.
YOURFIELD = the fieldname in YOURTABLE you want to show.
Kind regards Fred.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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