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Looking for a Wizard for build up form for a table like Access.

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In MS Access, it is easy to build up a for a table automatically by a form wizard.

Is there any similar wizard for VB4/VB5 available (Maybe Add-In)?

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yes, in vb5 goto the addin manager,  choose VB Data Form Wizard.  This should be available in VB4 -32 bit, or VB5.
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yes, in vb5 goto the addin manager,  choose VB Data Form Wizard.  This should be available in VB4 -32 bit, or VB5.
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