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Dear Sirs:

I would like to know how to stop Multiple copies of a Visual FoxPro 7.0 executalbe application from running at the same time.

It is extemely enoying to have the User Reduce the application then Start Another one, which then turns into a mess.

Having done this in Access 97 I realise that this is posslbe.

Edward K. Marois
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This worked Great.

Thanks

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Hi  EMAROIS,
I guess you are new in this site. If you are satisfied with suggested answer, plase accept it pressing the Accept button. Thanks.
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Dear AlexFM

As a matter of Fact, Yes I am new to the site and Yes I just figured it out and Yes I was trying to figrue out how to get back to your question so that I could "Accept". My boss will be very happy.

EKM
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