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GetPeach() functions in Crystal for Peachtree

GetPeach() functions in Crystal for Peachtree

GetPeach() functions in Crystal for Peachtree

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Does anyone know anything about these functions?  I am looking for some documentation onthese functions which are added to Crystal reports when Peachtree is installed.

If this is available please post or email.

Software Support for Macola, Crystal Reports and Goldmine
dgillz@juno.com

RE: GetPeach() functions in Crystal for Peachtree

I called PeachTree and registered my PT2002 to get the 30 days of tech support.  They don't want to answer any Crystal related questions, inlcuding providing any explanation for these functions.  They refer me to the (Fee Only) Crystal consulting group.  I have registered a complaint and will follow up.

Ken Hamady, On-site Custom Crystal Reports Training & Consulting
Public classes and individual training.
Guide to using Crystal in VB
http://www.kenhamady.com/
tek@kenhamady.com

RE: GetPeach() functions in Crystal for Peachtree

Thanks Ken, that is very helpful and does clear up quite a mystery.

Mark

RE: GetPeach() functions in Crystal for Peachtree

Thanks Ken, that is very helpful and does clear up quite a mystery.

Mark

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