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I am doing my introduction in programming VB6.0.I am finding difficulties in connecting VB6 with Access 2000.Anyone to help please?I'll greatly appreciate.
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I am doing my introduction in programming VB6.0.I am finding difficulties in connecting VB6 with Access 2000.Anyone to help please?I'll greatly appreciate.

I think from the last one month, this is 3'rd or 4th time repeating this question.

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