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Grid Control - or something like that.

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    Grid Control - or something like that.

    I am new to Access and having A LOT of trouble trying to find a suitable control to populate after building a dynamic SQL string and populating a record set.

    I'm using Access 2003 and I've populated a recordset. Can someone please tell me what control I can use for returning the recordset to the client.

    The output can be read only. I've tried a datagrid, but it doesn't seemt o have a DataSource property that I can set at runtime.

    Thanks in advance. RH

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    Why not just use the SQL staement that you used for the Recordset as the control source for the form?

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