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  1. Public Function searchdata(ByVal qr As String) As DataSet
  2.         da = New SqlDataAdapter(qr, con)
  3.         ds = New DataSet
  4.         da.Fill(ds)
  5.         Return ds

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  1.         ds = searchdata(qr)
  2.         If (ds.Tables(0).Rows.Count > 0) Then
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There is no keyword from in your posted code
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