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VB3 to VB6
We have a number of school admin programs that we wrote a year or six ago. We now have VB6., Can anyone tell me a good strategy for upgrading the existing VB3 programs to VB6?
Posted to MB Topic: VB Classic Other « VB Classic Board
16 years ago

sx014
i have the same problems here as well. The gov i work for has old apps written in vb3 im trying to get vb4 and vb5 to upgrade the source 1 step at a time and ill see how it goes from there.i'll let you know?
15 years ago
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hyperlinking email addresses
I have a table of peoples names and addresses. One of the fields contains the email address of the person., How do I get it so that on a form I can click on the email address and the default email client will fire up with the email address in the "To" box?
Posted to MB Topic: MS Access Interactive « Access Board
17 years ago

jdschram
This was the fastest way i could find..., In your table set the field you want use as type hyperlink...save..., then change it back to text. The value should now contain http:// in it., do a find/replace on http:// to mail: or use an update query..., change the type back to hyperlink, that should do it :)
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Creating a table in VBA
I've followed the help file code for making a new table using VBA but get a compile error "User-defined type not defined", This to the code Dim vbs As Database. What have I not defined, and where should I define it?
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
18 years ago

TestFlyJets
{Too Long!}
18 years ago
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format a field to time in code
(Newby). I can create a table using ADO and add fields with particular data types, such as adDate., How do I now format these fields to be dd/mm/yy and hh:n ? Big Grin!
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