DAO 3.6 Library

Introduction

I have developed a fair few Applications which utilize a database held in MS Access 2000 as a storage place for all sorts of data. After writing the same pieces of code repeatedly, I decided to write a module which handled all of the trivial tasks for me.

In this article I intend to show you how this module works and hopefully persuade some of you anti-DAOrs that it can be more powerful, once you get to grips with the basics.

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