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Only get the tables & trick selection ?

Posted on 1998-09-23
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I have here 2 questions regarding VB:

When I open an Access database via VB i get these, and the tables that are in the database. How do I only get the tables?
 - MSysACEs
 - MSysIMEXColumns
 - MSysIMEXSpecs
 - MSysModules
 - MSysModules2
 - MSysObjects
 - MSysQueries
 - MSysRelationships

When a user have selected something from a ComboBox I'd like to trick that action. How do I do that?
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fguerreiro_inix earned 50 total points
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Why don't you access the tabledefs collection and cicling over the collection check table names that start diferent from MSys


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OK,

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When a user have selected something from a ComboBox I'd like to trick that action. How do I do that?
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