Convert from Delphi2 to Delphi3

Dear Expert;

           I have application of Delphi 2..

           I would like to know how to open this application by using Delphi3 because now my company change from D2 to D3 already...  and I want to develop this application by D3....

           Please help me...  

u3520384Asked:
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ronit051397Commented:
if you are not using ole and activex components, then i think you don't have to change anything.
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shoffmeisterCommented:
The amount of information supploed is not sufficient.

Generally, there are very little, almost non-noticeable, problems going from D2 -> D3.
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u3520384Author Commented:
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mheacockCommented:
Open the .DPR file as usual.

What are your specific problems?  Are you using in-house
components??  If so, you'll have to recompile them under
D3.  .DCU files are not compatible between D2 and D3.

Under normal circumstances, you should have no problems
converting a D2 app to D3.
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u3520384Author Commented:
Excuse me... I reject your answer...

         But I can not open this application under Delphi 3... because it have some tool don't have in Delphi 3...

         How to solve this problem ?
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mheacockCommented:
It seems that you are missing a component...

What is the exact error message that you are experiencing??

The 'very vague' information you are supplying is not helping
us help you.

I am positive I can help...but I WILL need more information than
you are supplying.

As an example, what if you were a doctor and I came up to you
and asked "My leg hurts, can you fix it for me?"  Wouldn't
you have various questions to ask?  Which leg?  What part of
my leg?  What kind of pain is it?  Does the pain occur during
or after certain activity?  Etc...

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