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Invalid or Corrupted OLE Object using foxpro 2.6

RE: Invalid or Corrupted OLE Object using foxpro 2.6

What kind of data do you have in the general field?

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RE: Invalid or Corrupted OLE Object using foxpro 2.6

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photos in bmp format. we use this to print product catalogues

RE: Invalid or Corrupted OLE Object using foxpro 2.6

Have you changed computers? Installed any new software?

The OLE data within a general field is handled by the registered "owner" (application) for that data type. They don't always mix and match well.

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