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Faxing from within Visual FoxPro

Faxing from within Visual FoxPro

Faxing from within Visual FoxPro

Hi, I've just now joined, thank you for having me as part of your group!

Trying to write a module to allow a generated report to be faxed. Report is stored in memory only. Can't seem to figure out how to get FoxPro to "talk to" my Fax Server. Could someone please help?


RE: Faxing from within Visual FoxPro


This is a forum for reporting services - which is for the microsoft product "Reporting Services".

You might get a better response from the foxpro forum.




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RE: Faxing from within Visual FoxPro

Thanks so much for your advice! I posted in the other forum.

How do I show this as being answered? Thanks

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