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How can we use a datacontrol for access 2000
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enstein, you need to upgrade the VB6 installation to at least SP4. This includes an updated version of the standard data control which can use access 2000 databases. Alternatively if you are using ADO you can add the Microsoft ADO Data Control which providing you have version 2.1 or higher of ADO will also support access 2000.
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Moderator, my recommended disposition is:

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