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Old June 16th, 2004, 07:38 AM
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Default good book

  singing praise, at MSOffice forum just now, last hour I finally grasped Err_msg usefulness for a growing fpri in my modest "Project Mobile (3.1, ha!).mdb"
  The contact dynamo form and recordset SQL jazz makes sense in about a month. I can see the light again.
  Now, Ms. Feddama, I hope you do and kind of wonder bout how many copies sale. I wish you would email me comdlg32.ocx but I'll get by and one day soon may have a specific question. Thanks

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Unfortunately, just copying comdlg32.ocx to another computer generally doesn't work. Most likely it requires various supporting files. If you have an old version of VB (say, 6.0) lying around, you could install that; it has this file.

Helen Feddema
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