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how to save vb data with access

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Hi,
any one can help me to save visual Basic Data in Access to link through
Data control or ODBC. when i am trying to save vb data in Access after
making link through data control it is not saving what is reason i
donot know.
suppose i made one table in access and save in my Document and design a
form in vb with same data field and make a link through data control
properties so what will i write on save button to save those data in
access table.
i will appreciate to any one who will help me on this topic
thanks in advance

Dec 20 '06 #1
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Hi,
any one can help me to save visual Basic Data in Access to link through
Data control or ODBC. when i am trying to save vb data in Access after
making link through data control it is not saving what is reason i
donot know.
suppose i made one table in access and save in my Document and design a
form in vb with same data field and make a link through data control
properties so what will i write on save button to save those data in
access table.
i will appreciate to any one who will help me on this topic
thanks in advance
This newsgroup is for questions and answers about Access. There is quite a
difference between an Access application using Jet database tables (what is
usually meant when people say Access tables) with bound forms and a VB
application using them with the data control. You will stand a better chance
of getting a useful answer if you find a newsgroup whose subject is VB,
specifically using databases with VB. microsoft.public.vb.controls.databound
is one such newsgroup, accessible via the free news server
news.microsoft.com.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Dec 20 '06 #2

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