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Data Environment

Hello everyone,

Can someone please help me and tell me where to find DataEnvironment in VB. I tried searching for it by clicking on Projects in VB on the menu bar then componets but now I don't remember which one to select.

Please help I'm still new in vb

Nosipho
Nov 27 '06 #1
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sashi
Expert 1GB
Hello everyone,

Can someone please help me and tell me where to find DataEnvironment in VB. I tried searching for it by clicking on Projects in VB on the menu bar then componets but now I don't remember which one to select.

Please help I'm still new in vb

Nosipho
Hi there,

Data Environments might not be available to all editions of Visual Basic 6.0. What edition do you have (i.e. Learner, Professional or Enterprise)? Take care.
Nov 27 '06 #2
Hi there,

Data Environments might not be available to all editions of Visual Basic 6.0. What edition do you have (i.e. Learner, Professional or Enterprise)? Take care.


Hello

I have Professional edition

Thanks
Nov 28 '06 #3
Hello everyone,

Guess what guys? I found the DataEnvironment control I was looking for.
To add a Data Environment designer object to a new Visual Basic project this is what you do .

1.Click on Project, Componets choose the Designer tab then select DataEnvironment.

2.From the Project menu, choose Add Data Environment.
The Data Environment designer is added to your Visual Basic project.

I hope I was able to assist someone aswell

Thanks.
Nov 30 '06 #4
sashi
Expert 1GB
Hello everyone,

Guess what guys? I found the DataEnvironment control I was looking for.
To add a Data Environment designer object to a new Visual Basic project this is what you do .

1.Click on Project, Componets choose the Designer tab then select DataEnvironment.

2.From the Project menu, choose Add Data Environment.
The Data Environment designer is added to your Visual Basic project.

I hope I was able to assist someone aswell

Thanks.
Hi there,

Congrats on your discovery, yeah, hope you can assist someone else in the times to come. Good luck & Take care.
Nov 30 '06 #5

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