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Any walkthrough tutorial on C#, mdb, etc.?

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Hi, I am learning .Net and C#. I would like to learn how to load in an access DB nwind.mdb. I tried a few
walkthrough tutorials from microsoft's web site but
got confused at the data adpter wizard. Basically, when I clicked on the "New Connection" button in that Wizard, a dialog poped up and I don't know what to
do with it. Any walkthrough tutorial on that?

I am a newbie in this area.

Thanks a lot.

Jennifer
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you must specify your connection string in this way:
-at the first tab the dialog choose access database type
-at the next tab choose your database file and choose youe table at the end of the page.
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