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churchpro and paradox

churchpro and paradox

churchpro and paradox

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hello guys, I've never used paradox before. I'm testing the churchpro software for my church and we're using faithful stewart that exports to dbf and csv. I'm not getting good help from churchpro.com all they told me is i have to use paradox 11 to do a conversion. I have wordperfect office x3 professional. I just don't know how to get to the paradox. I tried suching but the help files aren't clear to me. I just want to try to import a csv or dbf file and convert it to a paradox file. can anyone give me a hand w/ that please? thanks.

RE: churchpro and paradox

philly0128,

If I understand the question properly then I think all that you need to do is open Paradox and then go to File - Import and follw the prompts.

I hope that this helps.

Regards

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