Open the Addison Playhouse Solution (Addison Playhouse Solution. sln) file contained in the VB2010Chap13Addison Playhouse Solution folder. If necessary, open the designer window. Connect the application to a Microsoft Access database named Play. Th e database is stored in the Play.accdb fi le, which is contained in the VB2010 Chap13Access Databases folder. Th e Play database contains one table named tblReservations. Th e table has 20 records. Each record has three fi elds: a numeric fi eld named Seat and two text fi elds named Patron and Phone. Th e application should display the contents of the Play database in a DataGridView control. It also should allow the user to add, delete, modify, and save records. Enter the Try…Catch statement in the Save Data button’s Click event procedure. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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