I have written numerous Reports for a company. Each report is a standalone Exe. Now they would like to do away with the individual icons and have a unified interface. That is, they would like to open one application and have the all the reports listed in this new application.
Had I known we were going in this direction, I would have created DLLs for each report so they could be referenced in a Unified application. But now I have about a dozen report exe's.
What are some ways that I might use those exe's in a single application?
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