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Excel VBA - Connecting Forms to backend databases

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I am looking for free online information on connecting Forms in Excel to backend databases and the code used for various scenarios relating to this
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There is no way of directly binding Excel VBA Forms directly to a database in the same way you can with Access or with C#/.NET or other 'proper' programming languages.   You would normally just use ADODB for the database access, and then manipulate the data into the controls yourself.
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Thanks very much
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