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VisionPoint 10

VisionPoint 10

VisionPoint 10

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We are moving from using VisionPoint 10 to some other software called SouthWare. Is there some way I can export the data files to some type of common file like Access, Excel, or ACSII file? Or do I have to have VFP like stated in another question/answer posted previously anout SBT 5?

RE: VisionPoint 10

I'm pretty new to this application, and we're running an even older version (9.0 pre-windows); but I was told we could easily export to a comma delimited file format. If your data is not too huge, I would think you could do that work-around and import into Access or Excel...

Hope this helps...

~Goof  

Ralph Haney MCSE
www.avalonnaturalproducts.com

RE: VisionPoint 10

What you want to do is easy with the right tools and impossible without.  It is one of the things I do for a living.  

Bill Couture
SBTBILL.COM

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