Display Data in Datagridview In VB.Net with MS Access

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Display Data in Datagridview using VB.Net with MS Access

This tutorial is all about How to Display Data in Datagridview using VB.Net with MS Access, Displaying Data table records in Datagridview using VB.Net is one way of developing a system. It shows what data are stored in your database.

So let’s get started.

Steps How to Display Data in Datagridview using VB.Net with MS Access

  • Step 1: First is open the Visual Basic, Select File on the menu, then click New and create a new project.
  • Step 2: Then a New Project Dialog will appear. You can rename your project, depending on what you like to name it. After that click OK

  • Step 3: Then design your form like this just like what I’ve shown you below.
    Add a DataGridview and a Button from the toolbox.

  • Step 4: Go to code view the add this following code above the Public Class Form.
  • Step 5: Then, Add this following declaration below the Public Class Form.
  • Step 6: After that, Go back to design and click the Button and add this following codes.
  • Step 7: Finally,  Click F5 to run the program.

Output:

Displaying Data Table records in Datagridview using VB.Net

For Advance lesson

For a complete tutorial on How to Manage MS Access Database using vb.net application. You can watch and follow the instruction given in this video tutorial here.

 

And if you want to develop complete vb.net projects with MySQL database but don’t know where to start, you can start your lesson here on how to master VB.Net with MySQL Database in 30 minutes.

Or you can watch the video tutorial here.

 

 

For Inquiries

If you have any questions or suggestions about how to show Data Table records in Datagridview using VB.Net from the access database,  please contact me through our contact page or simply leave a comment below.

Download Displaying Data Table records in Datagridview using VB.Net Source code Here

 

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