Re: MS Access troop ...
Norman J MacLeod (normac4101@AOL.COM)
Thu, 17 Feb 1994 12:50:30 EST
But when you already have Access, as well as its ADK, and you are developing
a database application, then this is the tool to use. I also have Visual
Basic Professional, along with a lot of develpoment tools for VB, byt Access
is meeting my needs better for this particualr purpose. Besides, it's a heck
of a lot easier than getting in up to my elbows in C++ to do the job. Access
2.0 and ADK are out in teh next few months, and I willl be able to pick up
some more speed for a more complex version of the stuff I'm doing now.
Appreciate the thoughts, though - VB is a really good, flexible, and solid
development tool. I use it a lot, and it's particularly good for prototyping
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City