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I am looking for people to test out my Histogram program and offer
suggestions. I am not selling this program. It is mostly for
demonstrating an Access-to-pdf technique but I'm finding that having
the capability to create histograms from Access data is useful and a
lot of fun. It fills a combobox with the names of the Access tables
and then shows which fields are numeric in another combobox after the
table is selected. An analysis command button determines the number
of points, the min value and the max value. After doing the analysis
the user selects the number of class intervals, the min value for the
histogram and the max value for the histogram. The create histogram
button creates the pdf file to the specified full path filename. I
haven't put a directory picker in yet. It is in Access 97 but should
convert to any version of Access. I am particularly interested in
finding the best way to place the x-axis numbers. The y-axis numbers
are generated automatically. I've tried it successfully on tables
with about 13,000 records so far. If you are interested send a message
to my interim email address: jimfortune AT compumarc DOT com and I'll
send you the zipped mdb. I use the somewhat formal James A. Fortune
in my posts because there is another programmer named James C. Fortune
within 20 miles of me. BTW, I'm related to the first Gates family in
America (Plymouth Plantation c. 1630). I wonder if I'm related to
Bill :-). Interestingly, there was an Allen family there at that time
that I'm also related to.

Thanks in advance,

James A. Fortune
Nov 13 '05 #1
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James Fortune wrote:
I use the somewhat formal James A. Fortune
in my posts because there is another programmer named James C. Fortune
within 20 miles of me.


No worries about that, man. Just a word from you that he was crimpin'
your style, and I popped a cap in him. No more name conflicts for you
brother.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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"James Fortune" <ja******@oakland.edu> wrote in message
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I am looking for people to test out my Histogram program and offer
suggestions. I am not selling this program. It is mostly for
demonstrating an Access-to-pdf technique but I'm finding that having
the capability to create histograms from Access data is useful and a
lot of fun. It fills a combobox with the names of the Access tables
and then shows which fields are numeric in another combobox after the
table is selected. An analysis command button determines the number
of points, the min value and the max value. After doing the analysis
the user selects the number of class intervals, the min value for the
histogram and the max value for the histogram. The create histogram
button creates the pdf file to the specified full path filename. I
haven't put a directory picker in yet. It is in Access 97 but should
convert to any version of Access. I am particularly interested in
finding the best way to place the x-axis numbers. The y-axis numbers
are generated automatically. I've tried it successfully on tables
with about 13,000 records so far. If you are interested send a message
to my interim email address: jimfortune AT compumarc DOT com and I'll
send you the zipped mdb. I use the somewhat formal James A. Fortune
in my posts because there is another programmer named James C. Fortune
within 20 miles of me. BTW, I'm related to the first Gates family in
America (Plymouth Plantation c. 1630). I wonder if I'm related to
Bill :-). Interestingly, there was an Allen family there at that time
that I'm also related to.

Thanks in advance,

James A. Fortune

is very nice post by you mr james a. fortune! i come from first wang in
america but never be slave on plantation!

*Sherwood Wang MVP*
Nov 13 '05 #3

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ja******@oakland.edu (James Fortune) wrote in
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BTW, I'm related to the first Gates family in
America (Plymouth Plantation c. 1630).


Johnny-Come-Lately!

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Nov 13 '05 #4

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"Sherwood Wang" <sh****@waynes.net> wrote in message
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"James Fortune" <ja******@oakland.edu> wrote in message
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I am looking for people to test out my Histogram program and offer
suggestions. I am not selling this program. It is mostly for
demonstrating an Access-to-pdf technique but I'm finding that having
the capability to create histograms from Access data is useful and a
lot of fun. It fills a combobox with the names of the Access tables
and then shows which fields are numeric in another combobox after the
table is selected. An analysis command button determines the number
of points, the min value and the max value. After doing the analysis
the user selects the number of class intervals, the min value for the
histogram and the max value for the histogram. The create histogram
button creates the pdf file to the specified full path filename. I
haven't put a directory picker in yet. It is in Access 97 but should
convert to any version of Access. I am particularly interested in
finding the best way to place the x-axis numbers. The y-axis numbers
are generated automatically. I've tried it successfully on tables
with about 13,000 records so far. If you are interested send a message
to my interim email address: jimfortune AT compumarc DOT com and I'll
send you the zipped mdb. I use the somewhat formal James A. Fortune
in my posts because there is another programmer named James C. Fortune
within 20 miles of me. BTW, I'm related to the first Gates family in
America (Plymouth Plantation c. 1630). I wonder if I'm related to
Bill :-). Interestingly, there was an Allen family there at that time
that I'm also related to.

Thanks in advance,

James A. Fortune

is very nice post by you mr james a. fortune! i come from first wang in
america but never be slave on plantation!

*Sherwood Wang MVP*


Shwang-- "Plymouth Plantation" was not for slaves. You're probably thinking
of Chevrolet Plantation.
Nov 13 '05 #5

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everlast <ev******@jmjservices.com> wrote in message news:<Ie*******************@fe2.columbus.rr.com>.. .
James Fortune wrote:
I use the somewhat formal James A. Fortune
in my posts because there is another programmer named James C. Fortune
within 20 miles of me.


No worries about that, man. Just a word from you that he was crimpin'
your style, and I popped a cap in him. No more name conflicts for you
brother.


LOL! These posts are splitting my sides. I'm also related to the
Clapton family in England c. 1370. I'll have to check my records to
see if the Gates or Allen families were related to them. While I was
at the eightball billiards championships in Las Vegas in 2003 (I
placed in the top 200 in VNEA that year, BTW) I went to the wax museum
and compared the size of my hand and lines to those of Eric Clapton.
They were identical! I knew I shouldn't have stopped playing guitar
:-).

James A. Fortune
Nov 13 '05 #6

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"James Fortune" <ja******@oakland.edu> wrote in message
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everlast <ev******@jmjservices.com> wrote in message

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James Fortune wrote:
I use the somewhat formal James A. Fortune
in my posts because there is another programmer named James C. Fortune
within 20 miles of me.


No worries about that, man. Just a word from you that he was crimpin'
your style, and I popped a cap in him. No more name conflicts for you
brother.


LOL! These posts are splitting my sides. I'm also related to the
Clapton family in England c. 1370. I'll have to check my records to
see if the Gates or Allen families were related to them. While I was
at the eightball billiards championships in Las Vegas in 2003 (I
placed in the top 200 in VNEA that year, BTW) I went to the wax museum
and compared the size of my hand and lines to those of Eric Clapton.
They were identical! I knew I shouldn't have stopped playing guitar
:-).

James A. Fortune

Really? I thought Eric Clapton was white.

Nov 13 '05 #7

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You're way out of date, all of you!
I'm related to Noah. Any better?
Nov 13 '05 #8

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"XMVP" <ac***********@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<45********************@vnet-inc.com>...
Really? I thought Eric Clapton was white.


My grammer bees not ebonics.

Jimmae
Nov 13 '05 #9

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