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Can anyone tell me how to use ado.Actually i tried to see help about ado but i couldn't get anything. can  i download ado from any free site.If so could anyone tellme the corresponding site. If possible could anyone give me a documentation regarding ADO.
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by:chris_a
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Go along to the ms site, it has examples.

If you download ADO1.5, (msdac_95.exe for 95 but 6 MB!) it will put lots of html help on your harddrive.
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Try:
http://www.microsoft.com/data/ado/
You can find lot's of documentation there.
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by:MikeReilly
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Listen to Chris_a, he's on the right track.  The only disadvantage is that it's in HTML rather than Help format.  Currently you can only get ADO 1.0 documentation in help file format.
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Thank you all.
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