Create Autonumber Field in Access: VB.net

Hello all,
I am having a hard time figuring out how to create an autonumber field in Access with vb.net. I am using code to create a database and tables, and plan to load imported text files into these tabels. But I'm still stuck on trying to create the autonumber field. Below is sample code of how i am creating the fields in the tables:

        ADOXtable1.Name = "Points"
        Col.Name = "Field1"
        Col.Type = ADOX.DataTypeEnum.adDouble
        ADOXtable1.Columns.Append(Col)
        Col = New ADOX.Column()

Thanks,
John
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JohnEddinsAuthor Commented:
I have been looking for something likt this for about 3 hours!! thanks
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JohnEddinsAuthor Commented:
This does not work, it is showing Properties as a read only attribute...
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JohnEddinsAuthor Commented:
You are good... any special search techniques you use to get this info...
Thanks again for the help
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>>any special search techniques you use to get this info...

Google is your friend!

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