dsn connection

Using Win98 I need step by step on how to create a dsn connection for mydb.mdb
Thanks,
Wayne
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chewhoungCommented:

-Click on Start button
-select Settings
-select Control Panel
-Double click on ODBC Data Sources (32 bit)
-select System DSN tab
-click on Add button
-select Microsoft Access driver (*.mdb) and click Finish
-Enter the name of the datasource, eg: mydb
-click on Select button and locate the mydb.mdb, and double click on it.
-if you have any system database (system.mdw), click on Database radio button and click on System Database button to locate the system.mdw file.
-click on OK button when all is correct

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vbWayneAuthor Commented:
Thanks,
Sorry for the delay getting back to you, I was out of town.

Curiosity...If you know...(where is the connection stored?)
chewhoungCommented:
you where is all the odbc setting store in the pc?

its in the registry file under:

My Computer\HKEY_USERS\DEFAULT\Software\ODBC
vbWayneAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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