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How to create a executable from access 2000 db with visualbasic.net 2000

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Hello,

I Want to make a executable file from my Access2000 db with VisualBasic.NET 2000
Is that posible??
If yes, how??

Thank you.

HP van Hagen
WvR
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You will have to redo your code in VB.

At least you allready have all the business logic to do it, so it won't take that long.
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