Post by Edson Carvalh » Mon, 22 Jun 1998 04:00:00

Perhaps you can help me:

I have a program in Quick Basic with database created as .arq .
1) Is there any mode of to import or to open the Quick Basic registers to a
new program in Visual Basic?
2) The Access 2.0 import ASCII and .txt files. Will it import too this
3) Could I open a form with VB controls and to open a windows where I would
work in the Quick Basic?
Thanks for any help.


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