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  1. Thread: Screen Capture

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    Re: Screen Capture

    Wow! That is an excellent piece of kit ...
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    Re: SubForm Totals Revisited (A2K)

    There is some useful information on stock control, quantity on hand on the site. I thought you may find it useful.

    MS-Access Tips for Serious Users

    Provided by Allen Browne,...
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    Re: SubForm Totals Revisited (A2K)

    There is a good example of the functionality you are trying to attain in the example database supplied with MS Access "northwind.mdb" there is a main order form, with a subform showing line items,...
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    Re: Using a class (VB)

    For anyone wanting to learn about classes, I highly recommend Joe Hummel's webcasts here:

    Joe Hummel suggests a list of design rules for Classes.

    My rough notes on lectures 2 and 3 here:
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    Re: Joe Hummel Webcastes (VB.Net)

    >>>>> I haven't found anything with a good explanation of *why* you would slice up the logic in a particular way into particular classes in particular tiers<<<<

    On Slide 3 lecture 10 Joe Hummel,...
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    Re: Joe Hummel Webcastes (VB.Net)

    Hi Charlotte,

    Yes! I have just checked, I'm absolutely sure that lecture ten covers exactly what you're looking for!

    if you go to Joe Hummel's website

    and download the zip file Under the...
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    Re: How can I be certain I don't have a virus?

    I was using Skype to talk to a chap in India. For some reason or other I gave him my company email address, and the next day we were inundated with emails from people complaining that we had sent...
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    Re: Joe Hummel Webcastes (VB.Net)

    I do recall that Joe covered the use of the data tier in great detail, and he provided classes for the purpose. I can't remember exactly where it was in the lectures. If I come across it I will post...
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    Re: Joe Hummel Webcastes (VB.Net)

    Hi Charlotte,
    I recall that Joe did cover using the data adapter and he provides some very nice examples of how to do this correctly. I think the code is with the lecture number ten stuff which is...
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    Joe Hummel Webcastes (VB.Net)

    Christmas 2004 I happened upon Joe Hummel's lectures on using Visual Basic Net for accessing databases and on how to do object orientated programming. He is a marvellous lecturer, very easy to...
  11. Re: Outlook Add-in : Anecdote (VB.NET 2003 & MS Outlook)

    I think you are quite right to point this out. The more aware of the problems that are caused between the two different cultures, the less likely this sort of accident will happen . I recall that...
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    Re: Photo Album Software

    Hi mark ,
    Glad to see you've got yourself a digital camera! I personally think it is important to start collecting digital photographs, I imagine I will pass mine onto my children and...
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    Re: How to make tutorial Animated GIF?

    Nice One!!!

    A future Web Master.
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    Object-oriented development (All)

    This Article By Bill Hatfield Is exceptionally clear on this difficult to grasp concept, the only thing that is a little bit long winded is the title! I found it very easy to read, and understand....
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    Re: Speech (Office XP? Windows XP?)

    Another minor irritation with speech, I want to add
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    Re: Speech (Office XP? Windows XP?)

    More Info! More Light?
  17. Thread: SQL (all)

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    Re: SQL (all)

    (Edited by HansV to make URL clickable - see <!help=19>Help 19<!/help>)

    Running Microsoft Access 97 by John L. Viescas a Microsoft press book.
    This book has some excellent SQL examples and a CD...
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    Re: Can't Access internet with IE (WinXP Pro)

    Thank you for your replies. I ended up doing a reinstall because I was getting problems everywhere. And I forgot to save my outlook pst file /forums/images/smilies/sad.gif I have been loading up a...
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    Re: Can't Access internet with IE (WinXP Pro)

    Right, I think I might be getting somewhere. If you go to >>>>>
    >>>> control panel
    >>>> System
    >>>>> computer name Tab
    >>>> Click the Network I D. button
    you are presented with the Network...
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    Re: Can't Access internet with IE (WinXP Pro)

    Yes, ping works fine on a number of addresses . . . . . .
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    Can't Access internet with IE (WinXP Pro)

    The Problem
  22. Re: How would I handle different years in a database? (Access 2000)

    This program contains a form that you should be able to adapt to your needs. The only problem I foresee for you is that I use UK dates.

    I originally wrote this in a DOS based program called...
  23. Re: How would I handle different years in a database? (Access 2000)

    Is it a normal year, January to December, Or is it a financial year like a April to march?
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    Re: API Resources

    >>>>(the site's name predated the advent of .NET and they were loathe to change the name once .NET reared its ugly head<<<<<

    Do you think they could sue Microsoft? I recall a recent story about a...
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    Re: partition problem (XP Pro)

    There is a free partitioning program available on the cover disk of the PC plus magazine, issue 214 April, 2004. I
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