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OLE Data Retrieval form Access using VB recordset

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I have got an Access table of which one field is OLE Data type. I want to retrieve that data using Visual Basic DAO ( Recordset). I want to know what is the data contained in that field recordwise, whether it is a bmp file or excel sheet or word document...like that...
  It will be highly helpful for me if anyoe could give me a help in this matter.

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Manoj.

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Normally, Access will reflect the 'Class' ID of the data. For instance, if it was a bitmap, the field would reflect "bitmap.Image'. Another thought is, you can display the Ole document as a icon on the form. Just select Insert->Object, browse to the file to either link or embed. An option on the lower right of the screen allows you to 'Display as icon'.
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