hi,
you guys ur right i found ADO on vb6 help
and i played with it and its now working
THANK U VERY MUCH

garie




"challis" <bmlx@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>Hi,
>
>I am assuming that you have ADO installed on your machine, otherwise first
>download MDAC (microsoft data access kit) from microsoft. Then do a Find
>Files in Windows and look for ado*.chm. Double cliick on this and the help
>file voila. (there may be more than onbe file listed, chances are you'll
>get the ado data controls help file too)
>
>challis
>
>
>"Craig Brown" <BrownC3@ING-AFS.com> wrote:
>>
>>Garie,
>>
>>Actually, there is some halfway decent documentation in VB6 help under

ADO.
>>
>>Check there plus any other books you have at your disposal and try some

>of
>>the examples. Once you've played with a bit, try posting some more specific
>>questions so people can zero in on a particular problem.
>>
>>Craig Brown
>>
>>"garie" <mgarier@mozcom.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>hi
>>>i am new to Visual Basic.
>>>how do i make a connection with ado
>>>is there any site or articles that i could read
>>>to learn to make connection with ado...
>>>i want to learn connection to Sql Server,MDB,text file, and dbf
>>>
>>>can somebody please help me????
>>>thanks in advance
>>>
>>>garie
>>>

>>

>