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Download Visual Basic 3.0 Disks From This Site

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If you have damaged any of your
Visual Basic Professional 3.0
disks, replacements can be found here:

http://www.geocities.com/peanutbutter88888

This is ONLY for LEGAL users of
VB Pro 3 ... everyone else stay out!!!
Jul 17 '05 #1
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On 6-Jul-2004, pe***************@yahoo.com (Fran Shescher) wrote:
If you have damaged any of your
Visual Basic Professional 3.0
disks, replacements can be found here:

http://www.geocities.com/peanutbutter88888

This is ONLY for LEGAL users of
VB Pro 3 ... everyone else stay out!!!


I know there are still professionals using VB 5. I know there are some
people still using VB 4; although most people using VB 4 are hobbyists (I
think).

But is anyone still actually using VB 3?

--
Robert Berman
Vulcan Software Services
Th********@NOSPAM.earthlink.net
Jul 17 '05 #2

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A lot of people still need it to reconvert their binary-format forms back to
text-format in order to extract the routines.

--

Randy Birch
MVP Visual Basic
http://vbnet.mvps.org/
Please respond only to the newsgroups so all can benefit.
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: On 6-Jul-2004, pe***************@yahoo.com (Fran Shescher) wrote:
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: > If you have damaged any of your
: > Visual Basic Professional 3.0
: > disks, replacements can be found here:
: >
: > http://www.geocities.com/peanutbutter88888
: >
: > This is ONLY for LEGAL users of
: > VB Pro 3 ... everyone else stay out!!!
:
: I know there are still professionals using VB 5. I know there are some
: people still using VB 4; although most people using VB 4 are hobbyists (I
: think).
:
: But is anyone still actually using VB 3?
:
: --
: Robert Berman
: Vulcan Software Services
: Th********@NOSPAM.earthlink.net

Jul 17 '05 #3

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In message <1U***********@news04.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.co m>, Randy
Birch <rg************@mvps.org> writes
A lot of people still need it to reconvert their binary-format forms
back to text-format in order to extract the routines.


Also VB3 has a great selection of freely distributable icons.

Regards
--
Martin Trump
Jul 17 '05 #4

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"Fran Shescher" <pe***************@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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If you have damaged any of your
Visual Basic Professional 3.0
disks, replacements can be found here:

http://www.geocities.com/peanutbutter88888

This is ONLY for LEGAL users of
VB Pro 3 ... everyone else stay out!!!


Unless you have permission from Microsoft to distribute their apps, I would
suggest you retract that offer and make it unavailable. Just looking out for
you bud.. I have been in court too many times on copyright issues.
Jul 17 '05 #5

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On 6-Jul-2004, peanutbutter88888@yahoo.com (Fran Shescher) wrote:
[color=blue]
> If you have damaged any of your
> Visual Basic Professional 3.0
> disks, replacements can be found here:
>
> http://www.geocities.com/peanutbutter88888
>
> This is ONLY for LEGAL users of
> VB Pro 3 ... everyone else stay out!!![/color]

I know there are still professionals using VB 5. I know there are some
people still using VB 4; although most people using VB 4 are hobbyists (I
think).

But is anyone still actually using VB 3?

--
Robert Berman
Vulcan Software Services
Thornmastr@NOSPAM.earthlink.net
I have written a utility in VB3 for analysing obstetric ultrasound scans. Allows sonographer to record that all details have been seen and checked normal or otherwise. Analyses all data and produces a full page detailed report. Graphs of fetal growth and centiles etc. Can extract data for statistical purposes. The database contains several years of data. Works in everything from Windows 95 to XP and who knows it might even work in Vista! I update it frequently as useful papers are published.
DISK4 got corrupted (I know, I know there should have been a backup) so I downloaded VB 2005 Express to rewrite the program and got completely confused. Lot of OOP rubbish and uneccessary complexity. I am a radiologist not a propeller head!
If it aint broke, don't fix it so I shall continue with VB3. Thanks to the person who made The VB4 disk available! All disks are safely on a CD now.

The Antipodean Kiwi
May 5 '06 #6

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New user to this site, but WOW - I've been looking for replacement VB 3.0 Pro disks for about a year with no joy. We moved office a while back and discarded ALL of our old MS-DOS floppies (turns out our VB disks were amongst them - DOH...!)

Managed to download Disks 1-3 from Peanut's site, but it's now "temporarily exceeded its data transfer limit" - anyone any ideas how long "temporary" lasts in Geocites world...?

We're desperate to install onto fresh XP machine to see if we can get our old application working.

MorkenTheMonk
SCOTLAND
Jun 20 '06 #7

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