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Practical Examples: Applying These Techniques to Your Application

The potential applications for the methodologies learned in this chapter are endless. This section explores just a few of the ways you can apply these techniques. The examples here are located in Chap14Ex.mdb.

Using Recordset Methods on a Data-Entry Form

At times, you might want to disable the default record movement and add, edit, or delete functionality from a form and code all the functionality yourself. You might want to perform these actions if you are going against client/server data and want to execute additional control over the data-entry environment. You also might want to use these techniques when you are developing applications for both the Access and Visual Basic environments and are striving for maximum code compatibility. Regardless of your reasons for using the following techniques, it is a good idea to know how to assign a Recordset object to a form and then use the form's underlying recordset to display and modify data.


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