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VBA - Databinding mysql database table to listbox

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Hi,

I am very new to VBA.  Can someone give me a tutorial or example of how to databind a field in a mySQL table to a listbox?

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You'd have to use something like ADO to fetch a recordset from the mySQL table and then populate the listbox with the values in the returned recordset. See this site for examples on working with ADO:
http://www.erlandsendata.no/english/index.php?t=envbadac
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by:Norie
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Where is your listbox?

Access?

MySQL?

Excel?
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Thanks, the examples helped me alot.
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