ADO stands for ActiveX data objects. As ADO is ActiveX-based, it can work in different platforms and different programming languages. Besides, it can access many different kinds of data such as data displayed in the Internet browsers, email text and even graphics other than the usual relational and non-relational database information.To be able to use ADO data control, you must insert it into the toolbox. To do this, simply press Ctrl+T to open the components dialog box and select Microsoft ActiveX Data Control 6. After this, you can proceed to build your ADO-based VB database applications.
To learn the details of creating database applications with ADO, we suggest you obtain a copy of Visual Basic 6 Made Easy.
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