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memo field VFP to VBA with ADO

I've got some troubles with VBA and Excel.

I wanna show the content of a Memo field from VPF data (DBF) into an Excel's cell but it shows nothing after de procedure.

After the conection with ADO everything goes right, i can print every data but Memo's data

Is there anyway to do it ?

I've tried every method: trim, replace, left cuts, right cuts but they don't work.

Thanks for any reply for advance.
Jul 18 '08 #1
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