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Quick conversion of Visual Basic 6 code to Visual Studio 2013 VB.Net code

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I'm just doing a quick conversion of an old Visual Basic 6 program to Visual Studio 2013 VB.Net code.

In the Visual Basic 6 Code I have:
  1)  Two Datasets on a Form called Data1 and Data2.
  2)  Two Global Variables referencepath$ and trackpath$.  Referencepath$ = "h:\profiles\refdata" and
schedulesfile$ = "h:\profiles\track".
  3)  VB6 code snippet

   refdatafile$ = referencepath$ & "\profiles.mdb"
   schedulesfile$ = trackpath$ & "\schedules.mdb"
   Data1.DatabaseName = schedulesfile$
   Data1.RecordSource = "schedules"
   Data1.Refresh
   Data2.DatabaseName = refdatafile$
   Data2.RecordSource = "select * from modules"
   Data2.Refresh

How do I do the same thing in Visual Studio 2013 VB.Net code?

Thanks!
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