How to create Access 2003 MDB file using VB 6.0

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Microsoft Access 2003
VB 6.0
I am developing a VB 6.0 application that uses Ms-Access 2003 as back end and I want create a Access 2003 database file if  does not exist. I can only create a Access 2000 database file, not an Access 2003 database (.MDB) file.

Software/Hardware used:
I3 Processor,1 GB Ram, windows XP SP2, Visual studio 6.0
ASKED: March 22, 2013  3:45 PM
UPDATED: March 22, 2013  4:35 PM

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  • raj123rajni
    how i can add Microsoft Access as a back end database software in visual basic pl let me know with program codding. rajeev
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  • tlsanders1
    That is a really big question! I have entire books on my bookshelf that answer that question. Is there a specific part that you are having problems with, or do youneed to know it all?
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