My work environment is updating our Win 3.11 machines to Win NT
machines. I have resisted changing my machine due to a huge
production program that is still requiring daily changes written in 16
bit. This program must remain in 16 bit since it runs on a Win 3.11
machine. The second part of this program is an application that will
run on all the NT machines.
For my benifit I would like to update my machine (I'm tired of the
GPF's). I would also like to update the second program to 32 bit.
1. Can I install 32 bit VB on a NT machine and still work on the 16
bit program? Or do I have to install both versions (if possible?)
2. Am I able to compile as 16 bit from the 32 bit app?
3. I have already gone through converting from VB 3.0 to VB 4.0.
Will updating the second program from 16 to 32 be as bad or does the
conversion go easy? I have a lot of controls and Crystal Report VBX
on this program.
4. I would appreciate any suggestions or if there is a web location
with information a pointer to it would be great!
Thanks for your help!