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Design Data Report at runtime??

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Hi, please help me to solve this prob.
i want to crate a data report at runtime.
my dbase is protected with password. so, i open the connection n recordset through code.
I couldn't do anything, beside see the errors appears.
what should i do, if i have design unbound textboxes in the report. what should i do to get this report work?
I mean, how to set the connection, how to bind the recordset?

please..

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see "HOWTO: Bind a DataReport To an ADO Recordset at Run Time" from http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;190411
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