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converting acesss.mdb

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I have an Access frontend (.mdb). Can I convert all, a portion, or any of
it into vb.net. Even if I can't convert it all, any portion of it would be
a great help. For instance, the forms, the queries, modules, or the macros.
Nov 22 '05 #1
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Hi gary,

Gary here! I would suggest first maybe do a Google search. I
personally have looked for this kind of thing and found massive
amounts of "converters"; everything from C# to VB6 to Access
to.. well, anyway there are a lot of them out there. If you can't
find the one you need, you just may be in for a long manual
conversion process (I know you really wanted to hear that).

Give it a try, and use variations on search terms. You'll be
amazed at what's out there, even some of the shabbiest ones
work to a degree. I think you'll agree that if you can get
even 50% done automatically it's better that none!

"gary" <ma******@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
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I have an Access frontend (.mdb). Can I convert all, a portion, or any of
it into vb.net. Even if I can't convert it all, any portion of it would be a great help. For instance, the forms, the queries, modules, or the macros.

Nov 22 '05 #2

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Hi gary,

Gary here! I would suggest first maybe do a Google search. I
personally have looked for this kind of thing and found massive
amounts of "converters"; everything from C# to VB6 to Access
to.. well, anyway there are a lot of them out there. If you can't
find the one you need, you just may be in for a long manual
conversion process (I know you really wanted to hear that).

Give it a try, and use variations on search terms. You'll be
amazed at what's out there, even some of the shabbiest ones
work to a degree. I think you'll agree that if you can get
even 50% done automatically it's better that none!

"gary" <ma******@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
news:OW**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
I have an Access frontend (.mdb). Can I convert all, a portion, or any of
it into vb.net. Even if I can't convert it all, any portion of it would be a great help. For instance, the forms, the queries, modules, or the macros.

Nov 22 '05 #3

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