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I read the book Visual Basic 2008 Programmer's Reference.

I am trying to find a similar to Visual Basic 6 command to <<datasetname.recordset.fields("FieldName").valu e = something>>

I can not find it.

Normaly the command <<datasetname.datatablename.rows("fieldname") = something>> should have worked but I receive the message
Error 1 Property 'Item' is 'ReadOnly'

Also in VB6 we were using one dataset for each Access table we use. Now why do we need one dataset and as many databindings as the Access tables we want to open
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