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Default Convert MS Access forms, reports, queries, to Visual Studio 2013

Hello,


I'm in the mist of converting MS Access forms, reports, queries, to Visual Studio 2013 using Windows Forms Applications and C# (the Access system uses Visual Basic, and our DB is a PostgreSql, which we will keep as-is.)

The DB is huge and I guess you might say Access has ran it's course.

So, is there any tool or conversion routine to convert the forms, reports, quires, and macros?

Or does one just do it the hard way?

Thanks,

Deaf





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