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Feed Ado Recordset to Crystal Report

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I have a rs that i want to base the crystal report off of.  

Dim rsCards as ADODB.recordset

set rsCards = new ADODB.recordset
rsCards.open "myTable"

Then i have a crystal report place on the form..

CrystalReport1

How do i tell CrystalReport1 to use the ado rs for it's data source and print it?

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geo90
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