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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Converting Access app into VB

    I have a question for those that might know something about this. I have a large application that is in Access 2000 that I need put into straight VB. The program in VB will then link to the tables that will then be in SQL. After searching the internet, I have found that there are tools you can buy to convert your Access code into VB but I was wondering from someone who might have had some experience in this what the best way to go about this is. There is a lot of code in my app along with several forms. This could take a while to convert by hand so I was hoping there would be some good software out there that someone could recommend that would convert this for me. Any suggestions?

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    You can check out software reviews. Here is one I found using google to search for "access2vb":
    http://www.vbreview.com/Default.asp?Page=53

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    will this conversion tool work for Access 2000?

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    Originally posted by Yildirim
    will this conversion tool work for Access 2000?
    I took a look at that link and it should work for Access 2000. If not, I also found one by Diamond Edge, Inc. that seems to do that same thing and both are the same price.

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    According to this site, access2vb can change access 2000 and access xp to vb6:

    http://www.gfminc.com/accessto.htm

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    Has anyone used one of these conversion tools. Which one, and do they really work the way they're supposed to?

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