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Paradox to MSAccess

Paradox to MSAccess

Paradox to MSAccess

My client has a cool application developed in  Paradox 5.0.  Since it is becoming increasingly harder to find someone to support this app, I am considering converting to MS Access2000.  I am therefore looking for any tools, systematic processes and hints that will help me to minimize the time, hassle and cost to my client.

I am specifically interested in any tools that will convert or diagram the Paradox forms and tools to Access forms and tools.

Needless to say, the developer of this product is no longer around and left very little documentation.

Thanks in advance,

Mike Burke

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