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Real Name:  Lauston Stephens
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Joined: Apr 2001 (18 years ago)
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Paradox on tablets
I've been running Paradox for Windows on a desktop in the office since the mid-'90's. I'm considering providing our sales reps with Windows tablets to streamline things. They will need to print customer copies in the field. Anyone have any experience with Paradox on a tablet? , Thanks, Lauston,
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Setup, Vista, etc. « Paradox Board
7 years ago
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Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding

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Translating to MS Access
I have a Paradox application that I developed for in-house use in working with a state service. Up-coming changes in the state program opens up a market for my application but most potential customers probably have Access instead of Paradox. Is there a translator out there that would convert my ObjectPal code to Access or is this question out of the question? Thanx., Lauston
18 years ago

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Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding
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