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I have a MS Access 2003 query that returns 2 columns and 4 rows, based on the tableadapter parameter in my VB2005 program. I need to have:

textbox1.text = column1, row1
textbox2.text = column2, row1
textbox3.text = column1, row2
textbox4.text = column2, row2
etc. thru
textbox8.text = column2, row4

What is the proper way to reference the data in the table to fill the textboxes?
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A relational database does not work that way.  If you want to be able to refer to the return by row and column, then make the query the record source for a combo box or a list box.  You can refer to the values by:

myVal=Me!cboName.column(c,r)

Where r and c are zero-based rows and columns
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You have to SORT the recordset how you wish to view the data.
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Did not use the solution, but kept it for future reference....
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Thanks, glad to help.
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