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in visual basic 6.0 when i try connect to access database(access 2003 or 2002) with ADODC with use jet 4.0 when run program ADODC in form has problem .
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by:Ryan Chong
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What's the problem? Any error message prompt out ? Syntax error ?

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change the Connect property of your ADODC to Access 2000
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split points to emoreau and unknown_routine
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