Is it possible to create a VB5 .frm file from a form designed in access?
I am Not sure how access forms are stored internally, BUT i know that Acces
Basic code ports directly to VB. The only code changes usually required
are to create a shell app for CurrentDb().
I suspect that if you could get the source of the form definition into
text, it would look fairly similar to VB.
I am sure it is access somewhere in the hidden system tables ?
No -its not possible to do that. However, it is possible to run up Access
Forms using ActiveX. Take a look at the VB help file that comes with
Access for a complete list of the ActiveX components that Access
supports, and how to use them from your VB code.
Hope that helps,
> Is it possible to create a VB5 .frm file from a form designed in access?
I'm designing a Database program in Visual Basic 5 Pro, and I'd like
to use a form I've already created in Access97.
Is there an easy way to import/export it to use in my Visual Basic
Thanks in advance,
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