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VB.net build interface for user to build a connection string

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In my VB.net 2010 Excel Add-in I want to build a for that allows an Excel user to easily build a connection string for a SQL database. Which controls and what code can I use?

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Use a form and provide either a single textbox for the whole connection string or provide individual textboxes for connection string segments. You may also have to provide a combobox for selecting the database type if you support multiple.
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thanks very much
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