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Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 3

  • By Karl Moore
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In this section, we'll be putting everything we've learned so far into practice. Except the bit about tectonic plates. Yessiree, we'll be creating our very own supercool customer browser application!

Before we jump straight into the dirt, let me outline the project. We'll be creating an application that allows you to browse through each customer and view general details of each order they have placed.

On top of this, we'll add functionality to add, delete and search for customers.

Anyway, you want to design a form that looks something like this:

OK, so it ain't gonna win any design awards, but I'm no Christian Dior.

Now you could design and set all the properties for this project from scratch, but I wouldn't advise it - particularly when you can download the form by simply clicking here.





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This article was originally published on November 20, 2002

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