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Connect combobox.datasource by oledb to an Access table

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Hi,
How can I do to connect combobox.datasource with oledb to an Access table?
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Can you give a better desciption of your question.

Do you want to fill a combobox with data coming from a database ? Do you want this databound or though coding ? Is it vb6 or vb.net ?
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Yes, in Vb.Net, though coding.
I will test your solution. Thanks.
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tha's all right
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For your information: there is also a topic for questions about VB.NET (see MS Visual Basic)
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