removing records from a table in Access

I have a table within an access database.
This table contains 3 columns\fields
What I want to do in my vb app is remove any records where the 2nd and 3rd column\field value are equal
Let's say my table looks like this

Cell1 cell2 cell3
aaaaa new   old
bbbbb old   old
ccccc old   new

So I want to remove the second record because old = old

Any help appreciated
Paul
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samopalCommented:
Dim cn as new ADODB.Connection
Dim rs as New ADODB.Recordset

cn.open .......
rs.open "Delete from myTable where cell2=cell3",cn

HTH
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