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Hi,

I put 4 buttons on my form.

cmdFirst
cmdPrevious
cmdNext
cmdLast

How can I navigate my MS Access database using these buttons. I don't want to use .ADO instead I would like to use my own buttons with code (OLEDB).

Sample code for this purpose would be highly appreciated.

Thanks

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Hi,

I put 4 buttons on my form.

cmdFirst
cmdPrevious
cmdNext
cmdLast

How can I navigate my MS Access database using these buttons. I don't want to use .ADO instead I would like to use my own buttons with code (OLEDB).

Sample code for this purpose would be highly appreciated.

Thanks

Please do help me out to complete sample project. So that I can start a real time project.

Thanks.

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Hi,

You can find a complete database with several buttons to navigate into a database. Even with the whole explanation. Look here.

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Hi,

You can find a complete database with several buttons to navigate into a database. Even with the whole explanation. Look here.

Thanks a lot for the help.

Regards.

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Hi,

I put 4 buttons on my form.

cmdFirst
cmdPrevious
cmdNext
cmdLast
how can i navigate using oracle as a backend,,pleae help me..
thnks

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Hi pramodsajwan07,

You should start a new thread for your problem.
This thread is solved and exist already from May 2nd.
Thanks.

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hello i want code for these navigation buttons in vb.net. i have searched in daniweb but its not here..plz help me
cmdFirst
cmdPrevious
cmdNext
cmdLast
how can i navigate using oracle as a backend,,pleae help me..
thnks

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