NewBie help (DataGrid)

Posted on 2004-10-15
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I need help in a bad way.  I have a form with a datagrid in it coming for a
Access DB.  I have 3 columns, StudentName, Address, Phone.  I am using
Me.bindingcontext(School11, "Student") to bind buttons like first, next ect...

I have a button Add/Edit and Update to Disk and Insert
I have no idea how to code this so I can add a record to the above table.  
Can someone please help me!
Question by:freebird317
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you must specify which datagrid you use: vb6 ,.net or another.
any way if you mean .net datagrid(windows form) you can easily work with DataTable propert of grid to insert ,delete or update data:

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Please refer to the following series of articles,

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