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Default ADO or DAO

I got too much stuff suggesting to use ado in the new versions of the access and also stuff suggesting to use dao further.
I am converting from access 97 to access 2002 and further on i will have to put sql server in the backend and access in the front end.
Should i keep working with DAO or should i use ADO or perhaps both?
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ADO is better choice.

Please check the following post for similar discussion:

http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3746

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Default VBA codes to access ADO tables in SQL 2008

Just upsized a big examination database to SQL Server 2008 from Access 2007. I want somebody to give me simple and correct VBA codes to access the ADO tables.
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Just upsized a big examination database to SQL Server 2008 from Access 2007. I want somebody to give me simple and correct VBA codes to access the ADO tables.
Laide Onabanjo,

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