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Professorneed Access v2, really, ideas to find that old version?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by rgillie, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. rgillie

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    I've been asked to convert pathology database created in Access v1.1 with
    forms, vb code, etc. Best i can tell is I can easily upgrade it to V2 and
    then to a modern version. Some people on Ebay what to sell a copy for $80,
    ha. this prof won't go for that and I probably wouldn't recommend it.
    Anyone have ideas how we can buy this old version for a one-time conversion,
    maybe for ten bucks or so? Thank you, Roger
     
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  3. John Vinson

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    On Tue, 16 May 2006 06:16:02 -0700, rgillie
    <rgillie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >I've been asked to convert pathology database created in Access v1.1 with
    >forms, vb code, etc. Best i can tell is I can easily upgrade it to V2 and
    >then to a modern version. Some people on Ebay what to sell a copy for $80,
    >ha. this prof won't go for that and I probably wouldn't recommend it.
    >Anyone have ideas how we can buy this old version for a one-time conversion,
    >maybe for ten bucks or so? Thank you, Roger


    I'd be willing to convert the database to 2000 format for you, if you
    can zip it and email it to me at jvinson <at> wysard of info <dot> com
    (remove the blanks and fix the punctuation), free of charge.

    The forms and code will almost surely NOT work in 32-bit Access,
    though.


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