[CODE] Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Dim ds As New DataSet Dim da As New OleDbDataAdapter Dim cb As New OleDb.OleDbCommandBuilder(da) Dim cn As New OleDbConnection Dim cmd As OleDbCommand Dim sql As String 'sql = "INSERT INTO Employees(GivenName, LastName, Gender, JobPosition, Month, Day, " & _ '"Address, EmailAddress, )" sql = "INSERT INTO Employees(GivenName) where GivenName='" & txtGivenName.Text sql = "INSERT INTO Employees(LastName) where LastName='" & txtLastName.Text sql = "INSERT INTO Employees(Gender) where Gender='" & cmbGender.Text sql = "INSERT INTO Employees(JobPosition) where JobPosition='" & cmbJobPos.Text sql = "INSERT INTO Employees(Month) where Month='" …

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You are the manager of a travel agency with 20 employees. You have announced a promotional campaign for your agents to sell vacation packages. Each day you will enter the ID number of the agent (#1-#20), the number of packages sold, and the dollar value of the package. Entries will be in a random order and the total $ value is accumulated for a 3 week period. At the end of the campaign you want a print out of those agents who sold less than $1000.00 in the 3 week time frame. You will also want a list of those …

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Hello friends, [I][B]"The trend that will most dramatically impact the shape & deployment of the IT workforce is cloud labour."[/B][/I] Interesting Article: [URL="http://www.computerworlduk.com/in-depth/careers/3236976/the-shape-of-the-it-workforce-in-2020/"]http://www.computerworlduk.com/in-depth/careers/3236976/the-shape-of-the-it-workforce-in-2020/[/URL] What is your take on this? Does Cloud Labour have the potential to become the new workforce? Thanks Ramy Stuart

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I'm creating a printed report of an event; each event has one or more groups, each group has one or more people. The report page is set externally; I can't change that. Each page of the report has a place for up to two groups and up to 6 people. The rules for where groups are put on pages are complicated; suffice to say that sometimes I put two groups on a page and sometimes I don't. When there are more than 6 people in the one or two groups on a page, I need to generate an additional page …

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One of my favorite things about Twitter is how people can use it to live-blog conferences they're attending. Case in point: today, I've been watching [URL="http://twitter.com/thornley"]Joseph Thornley[/URL], provide live commentary from the Canadian Institute Conference on Social Media. I've been learning about how the City of Calgary manages social media tools for [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQrh2M0vLG4"]employee recruitment[/URL] and retention. That's right, retention. Some nuggets from the conference: "Social media must be part of a [URL="http://twitter.com/thornley/statuses/933211780"]larger strategy[/URL] to get the most value from it. It should not stand isolated on its own." "If you have employees who waste time on Facebook, it's a [URL="http://twitter.com/thornley/statuses/933222208"]management …

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