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Default how to make a windows form using visual basic?

hi guys i am want to learn how to make a windows form(windows applicaiton) using visual basic that can insert data in to sql server 2000 database. I be happy if some one tell me how to write the code and complie it . i want the final product be .exe.Thanks

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Use VB.
Use C.

You cannot do what you are trying to do with VBA.

Access does have a distributable .EXE that allows you to write an Access .MDB, then run it with the distributable runtime .EXE. It is a copy of Access with certain features disabled.


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