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Just a simple table... PLEASE!

It's been a while since I last did any programming in general, and VB in particular. All I want to do is create a simple table and populate it from user input. That's it. No more than that. Everything that I have seen refers to database tables and it is driving me nuts.

If any of you fine people can help me in this I would appreciate it greatly!

Lonnie
Sep 15 '06 #1
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It's been a while since I last did any programming in general, and VB in particular. All I want to do is create a simple table and populate it from user input. That's it. No more than that. Everything that I have seen refers to database tables and it is driving me nuts.

If any of you fine people can help me in this I would appreciate it greatly!

Lonnie
hi, im jesselle. new member here in this community. first process is to create a form having text where you will input the contents of your table. 2nd is to create a file .mdb from microsoft access which the fields your going to create comes from the contents of your table. 3rd is to create another table from Visual Basic application - Add Ins comes from the contents of your table in access and them connect it.
Take note: that you need to add some command like add, save, edit and delete to know if it works.
Sep 16 '06 #2
hi, im jesselle. new member here in this community. first process is to create a form having text where you will input the contents of your table. 2nd is to create a file .mdb from microsoft access which the fields your going to create comes from the contents of your table. 3rd is to create another table from Visual Basic application - Add Ins comes from the contents of your table in access and them connect it.
Take note: that you need to add some command like add, save, edit and delete to know if it works.
Something that I forgot to add, the table that I am refering to is in my GUI. I don't know if that makes a difference or not.

Thanks for your response Jesselle, but creating a table in Access is not on my list of things to do. The app that I am putting together is a very simple tool. It takes in user inputs and adds them to a GUI table. When the user is done with that they hit a button and the table is converted to XML and shipped off via a secure socket.

Thanks anyway.

Lonnie
Sep 18 '06 #3

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