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As I would rather give the gift of points than look in help or book;    Is it not too difficult to port an database app created in VB Professional edition to Enterprise edition?
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Depends on what data access method you're using, but for the most part if you're just changing editions and aren't changing versions(3 to 4, 4 to 5) then there shouldn't be any problem.
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