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Forms, SubForms and Continuous forms

I am very new to VB.Net. My experience is with MS ACCESS. I would consider
myself an expert at MS ACCESS. This is my first VB project

How is the Form/subform done in VB. net?

For example I have a form for the user to fill out and I would like the user
to be able to select Multiple categories. The user information will be
stored in one table and the selected categories will be stored in a
different table (on to many relationship).

On that same note, How would you represent a continuous form in vb.net?
Jul 22 '05 #1
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On Tue, 19 Jul 2005 11:13:20 -0400, "LisaB" <LBagley(Remove)@Mayatech.com> wrote:

¤ I am very new to VB.Net. My experience is with MS ACCESS. I would consider
¤ myself an expert at MS ACCESS. This is my first VB project
¤
¤ How is the Form/subform done in VB. net?
¤

There is no equivalent in .NET to the SubForm in Microsoft Access that I am aware of.

¤ For example I have a form for the user to fill out and I would like the user
¤ to be able to select Multiple categories. The user information will be
¤ stored in one table and the selected categories will be stored in a
¤ different table (on to many relationship).
¤
¤ On that same note, How would you represent a continuous form in vb.net?
¤

Below is an example which was developed in C#:

http://www.codeproject.com/cs/miscct...iuousForms.asp
Paul
~~~~
Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)
Jul 22 '05 #2

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