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using of forms design in access

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Hi,

I want to know how can you use the forms designed in access   in .net.

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gajender
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need to be more pacific on your question. What are you looking for?
access of the database thru .net?

input forms to input data to the database?

or design forms in access?
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by:gajender_99
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i have design a form in access and want to use it in .Net

thanks
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It would be better to design the same form in .net and then make a connecton to your database.
,net is faster using it directly, than going thru access forms.
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