Recordset in VB 5

Why is VB 5 not recognizing recordset as a valid type?
I get a user type not defined error when attempting to compile the statement
dim TempRS as recordset
whitej8Asked:
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alokmCommented:
Because you did not add reference to the library you want to use.
Goto Project->References and then check the DAO or RDO whichever u want to use.
That will certainly work.
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alokmCommented:
Since u are using recordset u probably want to use DAO.
If u don't want compatibility with previous versions of JET engines then u should choose MicroSoft DAO 3.5 Object Library.
This will solve it.

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