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rs1.open tablename, con
dim myArralist as String()
dim ii as integer
for ii = 1 to rs1.fields.count
myArralist .add rs1.fields(ii).Name
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I open it multiple times.
Dim con As New Connection
'Without adding library of Microsoft ADO 2.0 Library
'The connection can not be come
Dim rs As New Recordset
Dim rs1 As New Recordset
Private Sub Form_Load()
Function GetSortedFieldNames(tablename As String) As Variant
.Provider = "Microsoft.jet.OLEDB.3.51.provider"
.ConnectionString = App.Path & "\db1.mdb"
rs1.Open "table1", con, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic, adCmdTable
Dim db As Database, td As TableDef, f As Field
Set db = CurrentDb
Set td = db.TableDefs(tablename)
Set myArrayList = CreateObject("System.Collections.ArrayList")
For Each f In td.Fields
GetSortedFieldNames = Join(myArrayList.ToArray, ",")
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