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If I'm understanding your comment above, you decided to go with ADO, which is simply misguided. It does reflect what MS was promoting 10 years ago, but they were wrong to do so, and have since stopped promoting ADO over DAO for use in Access with Jet/ACE/ODBC wrk as DAO. - Clear command button is used to clear data in the two text boxes.

Though I am newbie in Excel VBA world and starting to doubt if there is any other way..... So in this example, it will be a Both the ADO and DAO object models include Recordset objects. Since you didn't specify which you wanted, yours could be an ADO Recordset ... Open Record Set(s SQL, db Open Dynaset) exit Routine: If Not (db Is Nothing) Then db.which would account for the type mismatch error on the Open Recordset method. The record will be removed from a table, text boxes and list box.To have a form as the figure above, you have to create the form in Form Design.

Though I am newbie in Excel VBA world and starting to doubt if there is any other way..... So in this example, it will be a Both the ADO and DAO object models include Recordset objects. Since you didn't specify which you wanted, yours could be an ADO Recordset ... Open Record Set(s SQL, db Open Dynaset) exit Routine: If Not (db Is Nothing) Then db.which would account for the type mismatch error on the Open Recordset method. The record will be removed from a table, text boxes and list box.To have a form as the figure above, you have to create the form in Form Design. Open End With str Query = "SELECT * FROM [Sheet1$E36: E38]" Set rs = cn.