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Is it possible to create a 16 bit program with VB 5.0 Pro?
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I'm pretty sure that only 4.0 can create 16 bit applications
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No. Like treyjeff said the last VB version which allowed to compile to 16-bits is VB4. In that version you had the choice between 16 and 32-bits application.
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Ok thanks, I guess I need to find my old CD then :)
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