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Question Command Objects ( S.Q.L. in sub-routine ) ?

I'm trying to 'refresh' an existing dataset and DataGridView, using the following code, in a click-event routine. I'm sure I've got some of the objects/methods wrong. Can anyone assist ? ( Pages 424-427 ?)
PrivateSub btnSBig_Click(ByVal sender AsObject, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnSBig.Click
' open the connection.
Dim conn_initialcust AsNew OleDb.OleDbConnection(CONNECT_STRING)
' make a command to select the data
Dim cmd AsNew OleDb.OleDbCommand("SELECT Forename, [Middle Initial], Surname FROM Customers WHERE Surname LIKE 'S*';", conn_initialcust)
' execute the command.
Catch ex As Exception

I'm sure the problem's from the ' Dim cmd ' line onwards. Thanks.

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