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Mike Prestwood
1. The Future of Paradox Blog

If you have an existing Paradox system you can keep using it but you'll need to skip the Vista operating system and either stick with Windows XP or move to Windows 7. Because better tools exist, you may very well want to put a plan together now for converting to another development tool or at least understand what the future is likely to hold. If you're a power-user or researcher working with data, stick with Paradox.

Posted to KB Topic: Tool Basics
16 years ago, and updated 33 months ago
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2. Help Wanted!

Help Wanted!

Computer Techs and .Net Coders wanted

Do you live within 30 minutes of our office? Contact Us. Hiring now for the following positions:

  • Server Tech
  • .Net Programmer
  • Delphi Programmer
  • Paradox Programmer

Fax your resume to 916-726-5676.

Are you a talented server tech or .Net coder? If you live within 30 minutes of Citrus Heights, CA (near Sacramento), and are looking for work, contact us. We are looking to fill two postions at our corporate office in Citrus Heights (sorry, no remote work available).

Posted to KB Topic: Help Wanted!
10 years ago, and updated 7 years ago
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3. A 10 Minute VB.Net Console Application Quick Start

This will show how to make a "hello world" console application in Visual Studio 2008 using VB.Net.

Posted to KB Topic: Tool Basics
13 years ago, and updated 10 years ago
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4. New Prestwood Study Tests

 Although our Prestwood Certified area is currently in beta, our study tests are available now. Each study test features beginner, intermediate, and advanced questions. Although we have to add many more questions, the tests are live now and usable for study and review. The purpose of our study tests is to learn and review. You hover over answers to reveal the correct answer. Each question features a pop up [Review] link of study material. Test yourself and review concepts you are not familiar with.

New:  Check out our study tests...

Study, review, learn.

Posted to KB Topic: PrestwoodBoards
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
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5. Prestwood Community Rules & Disclaimers

The Prestwood Online Community rules and disclaimers. Essentially, our policies all center around be-friendly, don't flame, encourage more discussion, and limit advertising to approved areas.

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13 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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Training Material - Courseware
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Posted to MB Topic: Chit Chat « Staff Board
14 years ago
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mprestwood
Just a quick update on training. Obviously we didn't end up moving to a suite that had a large training room. The folks downstairs do training so it seems training for us is "out of scope" for our services. Training is at least out for now. We always offered 1 on 1 developer training, but that's the limit for now.
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wildbill57
Editing pdf files with VB or VB.net
I want to edit the text boxes and check boxes in PDF files with VB, using data from a database and user input. What methods or tools would you suggest? Is there a straightforward way to find the location (address or position in the pdf file) of standard objects in a pdf file? Thank You! Bill
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15 years ago
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Ron Byrd
Microsoft Cert Test 70-306, VB.NET Apps
I just passed one of 3 tests leading towards MCAD certification. That test was 70-306, "VB.NET Windows Applications". I'm working on the next one, XML Web Services., The point of this message is 2-fold:, (1) I'd be more then happy to give you my take on how to prepare and what to expect., (2) If you have taken the other 2 tests, XML Services and VB.NET Web Services, I'd love to have a discussion with you.
Posted to MB Topic: VB.Net Coding « VB.Net Board
15 years ago
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Dan
I'm not sure how you got your posting attached to this thread, but you should have posted to a new thread.  Based on a quick look at the code there are two issues First, as you thought there should be only one Sub Main() and you cannot have two subs or functions with the same name and signatures.  Second the first Sub Main() does not seem to have an end sub.
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shaney
Introduction
I started using VB.Net in 2003.  Since then, I have learned a bit of C++, Java, and VBA.  I have continued to learn how to program in order to code Database Applications and to brush up on the skills and techniques I have learned over the years.
14 years ago
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rt
Well, looks like you've come to the right place Wink so welcome and enjoy !
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Moet
Connecting to Paradox tables using VS.NET
How do I go about connecting to Paradox tables using VS.NET. I'm new to VS.NET and at the moment feel VB.NET is the way to go. We currently only require to read the Paradox tables (if that makes life easier). We are starting to develop Web sites and initially will access data contained within our legacy Paradox CRM applications. Regards Jon
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15 years ago
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Moet
Wes, Many thanks for your reply. I have tried to follow your steps. Creating the ODBC is fine. When I come to adding the textbox and accessing the Data | Data Bindings Property I do not have an Advanced option only the '...' button which opens a form entitled 'Textbox1 DataBindings'. This form has all the properties of the textbox but no mention of enabling binding or clicking 'Add Project Datasource' I'm using VS 2003 btw Regards Jon
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