I answered his question. If the question he REALLY wants to ask is whether we'll write it for him, then he can search for some tutorials or pay someone to do it.<BR><BR>He asked if it's possible. It is. So there's your answer :)<BR><BR>Craig.
Well...<BR><BR>You have a form. Around a table. Depending on the number of records the user wants to insert, you have that number of rows in the table.<BR>Each row in the table contains a set of text boxes (depending on the format of the table you're inserting into), each with UNIQUE names.<BR><BR>When the user hits submit (after filling in the forms), you iterate through the Request.Form collection and pull out each collection of text boxes (each "row"), and validate them.<BR>Assuming they pass validation, you go through each "row" and insert them into the database by executing an "INSERT" statement.<BR><BR>Does that give you somewhere to start?<BR><BR>Craig.