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Converting from Borland Paradox to MS Access

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Is there a tool available for Converting from Borland Paradox to MS Access?  If so, where do I get it?
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by:kaldrich
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Are you trying to convert code, or databases?
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by:dapperry
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Also, what version of Paradox are you converting from, and to what version of Access?

:) D Perry
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The Paradox converter comes with Access, but is not installed with a typical installation. It is part of the Data Access Pack located in [CD Drive]:\ValuPack\DataAcc folder. It is also downloadable from the Web by selecting Help menu, MS on the Web, Free Stuff.

From there, the import/conversion is just like any other import...

Colleen

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Forgive me. I clicked the wrong radio button...

The Paradox converter comes with Access, but is not installed with a typical installation. It is part of the Data Access Pack located in [CD Drive]:\ValuPack\DataAcc folder. It is also downloadable from the Web by selecting Help menu, MS on the Web, Free Stuff.

From there, the import/conversion is just like any other import...

Colleen


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