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Old March 5th, 2004, 04:14 PM
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I definitely prefer the P2P forums. Seems a bit more logical to come here to ask technical questions.

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 I agree with you Jim. Let's just have one forum to cover the subject - it doesn't matter where it is. Lock the old one with the message you suggest so others can be redirected. Sorry, beth, don't agree with you on the yahoo forums - prefer these anyday.

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Old March 5th, 2004, 05:41 PM
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WOW Ben! Where have YOU *been* for the past 5 months?!?! (No pun intended!) I thought this topic died eons ago?

And I still prefer ms_access_professionals on yahoo. I like the fact that not only do I receive the post in my 'in-box', but I can also reply without having to open a browser and make sure I'm logged in to the service.

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Hi Beth,

Are you aware of the fact that you can automatically subscribe to topics on these forums? I think you'd find that beneficial. I'm automatically subscribed to all topics I create.

Just a thought

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 WOW Ben! Where have YOU *been* for the past 5 months?!?! (No pun intended!) I thought this topic died eons ago?

And I still prefer ms_access_professionals on yahoo. I like the fact that not only do I receive the post in my 'in-box', but I can also reply without having to open a browser and make sure I'm logged in to the service.

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Old April 6th, 2004, 05:02 PM
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Ben, you're doing it again. You are reviving old topics without adding anything useful (just like the shift-click stuff in the P2P Feed forum).

First of all, this topic was over a month old. Secondly, look at this:
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quote:I like the fact that not only do I receive the post in my 'in-box', but I can also reply without having to open a browser and make sure I'm logged in to the service.
As you can see, subscribing to the forum fulfills the first need, but doesn't really fulfill the second. Beth has posted 174 messages, don't you think she is aware of the subscription feature?

Can you please be a little bit considerate about what you post here and how you reply (reviving old posts, quoting the entire (including irrelevant parts) message, etc etc?). I am not trying to be rude, but following a few simple rules would make things much more easier and efficient for *all* of us.

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Please let us know what the status of your decision is. I see it has been over a year since you proposed to merge the two sites. I am a "shadetree" Access (wannabe) Developer and sometimes I have a need to get some P2P assistance. I would hate to be posting to this site, when the majority of the brain power is on another site.

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Can u tell me the fundamental difference between vb and vba ?
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I was excited to find a forum specific to Access 2003 VBA. Now it appears that it is going to be merged into a VBA forum. That is disappointing to me. I want to deal with Access specific VBA, not the entire VBA program. Thanks, Virgil

 
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I agree with Rand and the rest about it easy to find the Database Access VBA before finding the others.





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