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Missing Help Files

When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic Help index,
I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't any
information available from clicking on many of the available topics (mostly
methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem occurs
with many, if not most, keywords.

Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!

Paul Core

Nov 13 '05 #1
7 5377
You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed quite
a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be helpful:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...roduct=acc2000

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******** *************** ****@mb-m28.aol.com...

Missing Help Files

When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic Help
index,
I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't any
information available from clicking on many of the available topics
(mostly
methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
occurs
with many, if not most, keywords.

Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!

Paul Core

Nov 13 '05 #2

First, excuse the lack of information in my first post. I am running

Access 2000 (installed as part of Office 2000) and Windows 2000. I am

having trouble accessing many help topics using the Microsoft Visual

Basic Help.

Thanks for the reference to MS Knowledge Base Article 249065. I already

had SP-1a and SP-3 installed so I copied the five .chm files into the

proper directories as described in the "Workaround " section of the

article.

After these changes, information is available for a few more topics,

but not for many that I need to use. For example, if I select help from

the Code window, click on the Index tab and enter "recordset" as the

keyword and then click the "Search" button, I get 192 topics in the

"Choose A Topic" list box. Many of these topics have parentheses at the

end of the topic name - (ADO), (ADO Recordset), (ADO Command),

(Recordset Event), (Connection Event), (RDS). I cannot get any

information to display for any title with these parentheses.

Any more ideas?

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/16/2004 8:04 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <rQ************ ***@newssvr31.n ews.prodigy.com >

You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed quite
a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be helpful:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...roduct=acc2000

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******* *************** *****@mb-m28.aol.com...

Missing Help Files

When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic Help
index,
I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't any
information available from clicking on many of the available topics
(mostly
methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
occurs
with many, if not most, keywords.

Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!

Paul Core


Nov 13 '05 #3
It sounds as if the ADO help files may not be installed. I believe they come
with the MDAC update. The current one is v2.8. You should be able to find
information on downloading it at www.microsoft.com/data.

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******** *************** ****@mb-m01.aol.com...

First, excuse the lack of information in my first post. I am running

Access 2000 (installed as part of Office 2000) and Windows 2000. I am

having trouble accessing many help topics using the Microsoft Visual

Basic Help.

Thanks for the reference to MS Knowledge Base Article 249065. I already

had SP-1a and SP-3 installed so I copied the five .chm files into the

proper directories as described in the "Workaround " section of the

article.

After these changes, information is available for a few more topics,

but not for many that I need to use. For example, if I select help from

the Code window, click on the Index tab and enter "recordset" as the

keyword and then click the "Search" button, I get 192 topics in the

"Choose A Topic" list box. Many of these topics have parentheses at the

end of the topic name - (ADO), (ADO Recordset), (ADO Command),

(Recordset Event), (Connection Event), (RDS). I cannot get any

information to display for any title with these parentheses.

Any more ideas?

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/16/2004 8:04 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <rQ************ ***@newssvr31.n ews.prodigy.com >

You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed
quite
a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be
helpful:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...roduct=acc2000

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20****** *************** ******@mb-m28.aol.com...

Missing Help Files

When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic Help
index,
I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't any
information available from clicking on many of the available topics
(mostly
methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
occurs
with many, if not most, keywords.

Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!

Paul Core


Nov 13 '05 #4
Wayne,

I went to the microsoft site and downloaded the MDAC v2.8 update (and the
inevitable security patch). While looking around the site, I found a Release
Manifest For MDAC 2.8 at http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=828396
There is a list of the files contained in the MDAC 2.8 release and none of them
look like help files to me.

My application is for personal use on a home computer. All data files are on my
hard drive and I am not on a local network. I am wondering if I need to install
MDAC 2.8. It doesn't seem to me that it will fix my missing help file problem
and I am not sure I need any extra features it provides.

Please correct me if, in fact, the patch does somehow generate the needed help
files (maybe one of the Java or VB Script files?) and I'll install it.

If it won't fix the missing help file problem, is there any other benefit to
installing it?

If it won't fix my problem, any other ideas where I should look for the help
files?

Missing topics include "Delete Method (ADO Recordset)", "Reset Method (RDS)",
"BOF, EOF Properties (ADO)", "Execute Method (ADO Connection)", among many
others. Does anyone know the name of the help file with these topics? I'd like
to know what I am looking for.

Thanks

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/17/2004 12:30 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <Yg************ *****@newssvr32 .news.prodigy.c om>

It sounds as if the ADO help files may not be installed. I believe they come
with the MDAC update. The current one is v2.8. You should be able to find
information on downloading it at www.microsoft.com/data.

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******* *************** *****@mb-m01.aol.com...

First, excuse the lack of information in my first post. I am running

Access 2000 (installed as part of Office 2000) and Windows 2000. I am

having trouble accessing many help topics using the Microsoft Visual

Basic Help.

Thanks for the reference to MS Knowledge Base Article 249065. I already

had SP-1a and SP-3 installed so I copied the five .chm files into the

proper directories as described in the "Workaround " section of the

article.

After these changes, information is available for a few more topics,

but not for many that I need to use. For example, if I select help from

the Code window, click on the Index tab and enter "recordset" as the

keyword and then click the "Search" button, I get 192 topics in the

"Choose A Topic" list box. Many of these topics have parentheses at the

end of the topic name - (ADO), (ADO Recordset), (ADO Command),

(Recordset Event), (Connection Event), (RDS). I cannot get any

information to display for any title with these parentheses.

Any more ideas?

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/16/2004 8:04 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <rQ************ ***@newssvr31.n ews.prodigy.com >

You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed
quite
a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be
helpful:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...49065&Product= acc2000
--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20***** *************** *******@mb-m28.aol.com...

Missing Help Files

When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic Help
index,
I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't any
information available from clicking on many of the available topics
(mostly
methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
occurs
with many, if not most, keywords.

Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!

Paul Core

Nov 13 '05 #5
It appears that the help files are in the MDAC SDK, not the driver download.

MDAC 2.8 SDK
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

Info:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;827041

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******** *************** ****@mb-m01.aol.com...
Wayne,

I went to the microsoft site and downloaded the MDAC v2.8 update (and the
inevitable security patch). While looking around the site, I found a
Release
Manifest For MDAC 2.8 at http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=828396
There is a list of the files contained in the MDAC 2.8 release and none of
them
look like help files to me.

My application is for personal use on a home computer. All data files are
on my
hard drive and I am not on a local network. I am wondering if I need to
install
MDAC 2.8. It doesn't seem to me that it will fix my missing help file
problem
and I am not sure I need any extra features it provides.

Please correct me if, in fact, the patch does somehow generate the needed
help
files (maybe one of the Java or VB Script files?) and I'll install it.

If it won't fix the missing help file problem, is there any other benefit
to
installing it?

If it won't fix my problem, any other ideas where I should look for the
help
files?

Missing topics include "Delete Method (ADO Recordset)", "Reset Method
(RDS)",
"BOF, EOF Properties (ADO)", "Execute Method (ADO Connection)", among many
others. Does anyone know the name of the help file with these topics? I'd
like
to know what I am looking for.

Thanks

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/17/2004 12:30 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <Yg************ *****@newssvr32 .news.prodigy.c om>

It sounds as if the ADO help files may not be installed. I believe they
come
with the MDAC update. The current one is v2.8. You should be able to find
information on downloading it at www.microsoft.com/data.

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20****** *************** ******@mb-m01.aol.com...

First, excuse the lack of information in my first post. I am running

Access 2000 (installed as part of Office 2000) and Windows 2000. I am

having trouble accessing many help topics using the Microsoft Visual

Basic Help.

Thanks for the reference to MS Knowledge Base Article 249065. I already

had SP-1a and SP-3 installed so I copied the five .chm files into the

proper directories as described in the "Workaround " section of the

article.

After these changes, information is available for a few more topics,

but not for many that I need to use. For example, if I select help from

the Code window, click on the Index tab and enter "recordset" as the

keyword and then click the "Search" button, I get 192 topics in the

"Choose A Topic" list box. Many of these topics have parentheses at the

end of the topic name - (ADO), (ADO Recordset), (ADO Command),

(Recordset Event), (Connection Event), (RDS). I cannot get any

information to display for any title with these parentheses.

Any more ideas?

Paul

Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/16/2004 8:04 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <rQ************ ***@newssvr31.n ews.prodigy.com >

You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed
quite
a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be
helpful:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...49065&Product= acc2000
--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul " <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20**** *************** ********@mb-m28.aol.com...
>
> Missing Help Files
>
> When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic
> Help
> index,
> I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't
> any
> information available from clicking on many of the available topics
> (mostly
> methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
> occurs
> with many, if not most, keywords.
>
> Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!
>
> Paul Core
>

Nov 13 '05 #6

I installed the MDAC 2.8 SDK but it didn't help my problem. I still can't get
Visual Basic help on any topic with (ADO), (RDS), etc. in the topic name. I
REALLY need to access these help topics!

Anyone have any ideas?

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/17/2004 3:51 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <ed************ *****@newssvr31 .news.prodigy.c om>

It appears that the help files are in the MDAC SDK, not the driver download.

MDAC 2.8 SDK

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...67faf8-0db4-42 9a-b502-de4329c8c850&di splaylang=en
Info:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;827041

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******* *************** *****@mb-m01.aol.com...
Wayne,

I went to the microsoft site and downloaded the MDAC v2.8 update (and the
inevitable security patch). While looking around the site, I found a
Release
Manifest For MDAC 2.8 at http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=828396
There is a list of the files contained in the MDAC 2.8 release and none of
them
look like help files to me.

My application is for personal use on a home computer. All data files are
on my
hard drive and I am not on a local network. I am wondering if I need to
install
MDAC 2.8. It doesn't seem to me that it will fix my missing help file
problem
and I am not sure I need any extra features it provides.

Please correct me if, in fact, the patch does somehow generate the needed
help
files (maybe one of the Java or VB Script files?) and I'll install it.

If it won't fix the missing help file problem, is there any other benefit
to
installing it?

If it won't fix my problem, any other ideas where I should look for the
help
files?

Missing topics include "Delete Method (ADO Recordset)", "Reset Method
(RDS)",
"BOF, EOF Properties (ADO)", "Execute Method (ADO Connection)", among many
others. Does anyone know the name of the help file with these topics? I'd
like
to know what I am looking for.

Thanks

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/17/2004 12:30 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <Yg************ *****@newssvr32 .news.prodigy.c om>

It sounds as if the ADO help files may not be installed. I believe they
come
with the MDAC update. The current one is v2.8. You should be able to find
informatio n on downloading it at www.microsoft.com/data.

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20***** *************** *******@mb-m01.aol.com...

First, excuse the lack of information in my first post. I am running

Access 2000 (installed as part of Office 2000) and Windows 2000. I am

having trouble accessing many help topics using the Microsoft Visual

Basic Help.

Thanks for the reference to MS Knowledge Base Article 249065. I already

had SP-1a and SP-3 installed so I copied the five .chm files into the

proper directories as described in the "Workaround " section of the

article.

After these changes, information is available for a few more topics,

but not for many that I need to use. For example, if I select help from

the Code window, click on the Index tab and enter "recordset" as the

keyword and then click the "Search" button, I get 192 topics in the

"Choose A Topic" list box. Many of these topics have parentheses at the

end of the topic name - (ADO), (ADO Recordset), (ADO Command),

(Recordset Event), (Connection Event), (RDS). I cannot get any

information to display for any title with these parentheses.

Any more ideas?

Paul

>Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
>From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
>Date: 8/16/2004 8:04 PM Central Daylight Time
>Message-id: <rQ************ ***@newssvr31.n ews.prodigy.com >
>
>You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed
>quite
>a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be
>helpful:
>
>

>http://support.microsoft.com/default...49065&Product=

acc2000
>
>--
>Wayne Morgan
>Microsof t Access MVP
>
>
>"Corepau l" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
>news:20*** *************** *********@mb-m28.aol.com...
>>
>> Missing Help Files
>>
>> When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic
>> Help
>> index,
>> I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't
>> any
>> information available from clicking on many of the available topics
>> (mostly
>> methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
>> occurs
>> with many, if not most, keywords.
>>
>> Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!
>>
>> Paul Core
>>

Nov 13 '05 #7
The information is also available at msdn.microsoft. com. I don't have Access
2000 installed to test with, but I don't remember not being able to access
ADO help.

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20******** *************** ****@mb-m27.aol.com...

I installed the MDAC 2.8 SDK but it didn't help my problem. I still can't
get
Visual Basic help on any topic with (ADO), (RDS), etc. in the topic name.
I
REALLY need to access these help topics!

Anyone have any ideas?

Paul
Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/17/2004 3:51 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <ed************ *****@newssvr31 .news.prodigy.c om>

It appears that the help files are in the MDAC SDK, not the driver
download.

MDAC 2.8 SDK

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...67faf8-0db4-42

9a-b502-de4329c8c850&di splaylang=en

Info:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;827041

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul" <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20****** *************** ******@mb-m01.aol.com...
Wayne,

I went to the microsoft site and downloaded the MDAC v2.8 update (and
the
inevitable security patch). While looking around the site, I found a
Release
Manifest For MDAC 2.8 at http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=828396
There is a list of the files contained in the MDAC 2.8 release and none
of
them
look like help files to me.

My application is for personal use on a home computer. All data files
are
on my
hard drive and I am not on a local network. I am wondering if I need to
install
MDAC 2.8. It doesn't seem to me that it will fix my missing help file
problem
and I am not sure I need any extra features it provides.

Please correct me if, in fact, the patch does somehow generate the
needed
help
files (maybe one of the Java or VB Script files?) and I'll install it.

If it won't fix the missing help file problem, is there any other
benefit
to
installing it?

If it won't fix my problem, any other ideas where I should look for the
help
files?

Missing topics include "Delete Method (ADO Recordset)", "Reset Method
(RDS)",
"BOF, EOF Properties (ADO)", "Execute Method (ADO Connection)", among
many
others. Does anyone know the name of the help file with these topics?
I'd
like
to know what I am looking for.

Thanks

Paul

Subject: Re: Missing Help Files
From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
Date: 8/17/2004 12:30 PM Central Daylight Time
Message-id: <Yg************ *****@newssvr32 .news.prodigy.c om>

It sounds as if the ADO help files may not be installed. I believe they
come
with the MDAC update. The current one is v2.8. You should be able to
find
informati on on downloading it at www.microsoft.com/data.

--
Wayne Morgan
Microsoft Access MVP
"Corepaul " <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
news:20**** *************** ********@mb-m01.aol.com...
>
> First, excuse the lack of information in my first post. I am running
>
> Access 2000 (installed as part of Office 2000) and Windows 2000. I am
>
> having trouble accessing many help topics using the Microsoft Visual
>
> Basic Help.
>
> Thanks for the reference to MS Knowledge Base Article 249065. I
> already
>
> had SP-1a and SP-3 installed so I copied the five .chm files into the
>
> proper directories as described in the "Workaround " section of the
>
> article.
>
> After these changes, information is available for a few more topics,
>
> but not for many that I need to use. For example, if I select help
> from
>
> the Code window, click on the Index tab and enter "recordset" as the
>
> keyword and then click the "Search" button, I get 192 topics in the
>
> "Choose A Topic" list box. Many of these topics have parentheses at
> the
>
> end of the topic name - (ADO), (ADO Recordset), (ADO Command),
>
> (Recordset Event), (Connection Event), (RDS). I cannot get any
>
> information to display for any title with these parentheses.
>
> Any more ideas?
>
> Paul
>
>>Subject : Re: Missing Help Files
>>From: "Wayne Morgan" co************* **************@ hotmail.com
>>Date: 8/16/2004 8:04 PM Central Daylight Time
>>Message-id: <rQ************ ***@newssvr31.n ews.prodigy.com >
>>
>>You don't mention your version of Access, the help files have changed
>>quite
>>a bit from version to version. If you have Access 2000, this may be
>>helpful :
>>
>>

>>http://support.microsoft.com/default...49065&Product=
acc2000
>>
>>--
>>Wayne Morgan
>>Microso ft Access MVP
>>
>>
>>"Corepaul " <co******@aol.c ombvwertz> wrote in message
>>news:20** *************** **********@mb-m28.aol.com...
>>>
>>> Missing Help Files
>>>
>>> When I enter "recordset" as the keyword and search the Visual Basic
>>> Help
>>> index,
>>> I get many topics of interest in the resulting list. But there isn't
>>> any
>>> information available from clicking on many of the available topics
>>> (mostly
>>> methods but some properties are also unavailable). This same problem
>>> occurs
>>> with many, if not most, keywords.
>>>
>>> Is there any way I can activate these "missing" help topics? HELP!
>>>
>>> Paul Core
>>>


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After loading the BCP files that are created during the trigger/ reporting events I've noticed that the data in the table is missing records. I've also noticed that the missing records (records in the table but not in the BCP out files) seem to occur in contiguous blocks. Since the complete set of records exists in the table, I assume this points to an issue in the way the TableUpdate script/ Triggers interact with the system. But i tried...
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by: MC | last post by:
I have a couple of customers who are using a program that deserializes an XML file, and on some files, the program fails to see the content of the file -- treats it as zero length and reports "root element is missing" -- even though in Notepad the file looks normal. Has anybody ever seen this? Any clues? I have not been able to reproduce it on my computer. In general, when they e-mail me the files, the files arrive perfectly normal. ...
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marktang
by: marktang | last post by:
ONU (Optical Network Unit) is one of the key components for providing high-speed Internet services. Its primary function is to act as an endpoint device located at the user's premises. However, people are often confused as to whether an ONU can Work As a Router. In this blog post, we’ll explore What is ONU, What Is Router, ONU & Router’s main usage, and What is the difference between ONU and Router. Let’s take a closer look ! Part I. Meaning of...
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Oralloy
by: Oralloy | last post by:
Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. Here is my compilation command: g++-12 -std=c++20 -Wnarrowing bit_field.cpp Here is the code in...
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jinu1996
by: jinu1996 | last post by:
In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that captivates audiences and drives business growth. The Art of Business Website Design Your website is...
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Overview: Windows 11 and 10 have less user interface control over operating system update behaviour than previous versions of Windows. In Windows 11 and 10, there is no way to turn off the Windows Update option using the Control Panel or Settings app; it automatically checks for updates and installs any it finds, whether you like it or not. For most users, this new feature is actually very convenient. If you want to control the update process,...
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tracyyun
by: tracyyun | last post by:
Dear forum friends, With the development of smart home technology, a variety of wireless communication protocols have appeared on the market, such as Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. Each protocol has its own unique characteristics and advantages, but as a user who is planning to build a smart home system, I am a bit confused by the choice of these technologies. I'm particularly interested in Zigbee because I've heard it does some...
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by: isladogs | last post by:
The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 1 May 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome a new presenter, Adolph Dupré who will be discussing some powerful techniques for using class modules. He will explain when you may want to use classes instead of User Defined Types (UDT). For example, to manage the data in unbound forms. Adolph will...
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by: conductexam | last post by:
I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert into image. Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.ActiveDocument.Select();...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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by: 6302768590 | last post by:
Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system

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