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What books or where can I find ADO information?

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I have read the 200 DAO and additional ADO articles from the Microsoft Knowledge Base website. I have found no books on ADO, but have read many articles on www.microsoft.com/data and their MDAC.  I have downloaded information, but no samples were contained as discussed.  I did find two books one for Website database programming and the other for general databases, both are from the "Teach Yourself" series in 21 days and seem to be a good primer, where else could I find sources ?
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Look at the Visual Basic Programmer's Journal web site, they have dealt some with it in the past few issues. The help files from microsoft are also pretty good. And the OLEdb.com site, and the microsoft news groups are a good source.  I am having the same problem, but those are the areas where I have found the most help.
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The Help in Visual Studio Version 6.0 now has extensive ADO examples for the Web or stand alone applications
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