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movepro syntax

movepro syntax

movepro syntax

I am supporting an application based on VPRO 5 and I don't have any documentation that I need to find how to use the movepro command.  Can you help me?  THANKS

RE: movepro syntax

I work with VFP5 everyday, and I have never heard of a command called "movepro". Are you sure this is not a function or procedure in a .prg in the project?
greetings Ropje, Programmer

RE: movepro syntax

Dear Ropje,

I finally got it all figured out.  Yes.. movepro is a foxpro utility written for an accounting program.  Sorry.. I didn't know if it was a VPF5 utility or what.  It is a nice little feature that they don't document either!


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