Binding an ADO Recordset returned from a Stored Procedure to A Form

I have the following code that returns values from a Stored procedure. However, don't appear to be able to bind the RecordSet to a form. The Stored procedure is running and I can see Field  values returned.

Dim rst As New ADODB.Recordset
Dim con As New ADODB.Connection

IdValueToProcess = 12300  ' test data

con.ConnectionString = "????"
rst.Open "EXEC dbo.Martin " & IdValueToProcess, con

Debug.Print rst!Surname

Set Forms!Form1.Recordset = rat

On the last line, I get an error message saying

The object you entered is not a valid Recordset property

Any suggestions?
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You can create a pass through query in Access, and bind that query to the form.

You can set the sql before you need it:

Application.CurrentDb.QueryDefs("queryName").SQL = "EXEC dbo.Martin " & IdValueToProcess

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martmacAuthor Commented:
Thanks very much, not the way I wanted to go, but it does help
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