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bindsrc.Filter = "stud_id as Student_Num like '" & TextBox1.Text & "%'"
Posted 12-Mar-13 20:02pm

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remove the 'as Student_Num', it isn't required. You would only use 'as Student_Num' when doing a select statement and not for the where clause. If you have binding a select that used the 'stud_id as Student_Num' then change your line of code to

bindsrc.Filter = "Student_Num like '" & TextBox1.Text & "%'"
markqui 13-Mar-13 2:27am
B1n4ry D1g1t

Thank you, it works....ahe

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