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Yes, we are growing and need to add staff.
Posted 10 years ago
Help Wanted!
If you live within 30 minutes of Citrus Heights, CA (near Sacramento), and are looking for work, contact us. We are looking to fill postions at our corporate office in Citrus Heights (sorry, no remote work available).
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Hi Mark, The funny thing, or good news, is that Paradox runs better on Windows 10 64bit than on Windows 7 and Paradox runs better on Win7 than Vista. Backwards compatibility is getting better with each version of Windows after Vista. So, use either Paradox 9, 10, or 11.
Posted 7 years ago
Install Paradox 9 on Windows 7 64bit
Paradox 9, 10, 11, etc. install easily on Windows 7! You do have to download WinHelp to get the Paradox help files to work properly.
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You're welcome Peter!
Posted 7 years ago
Power: Chapter 11, Programming with Queries
Chapter 11, "Programming with Queries" from Paradox 9 Power Programming by Mike Prestwood.
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To view the header, select File | Info | Properties. (Added to article above too.)
Posted 11 years ago
Outlook 2010/2013 View Email Source, HTML, and Header
To view the source code of an HTML email as text like you could in Outlook 2003, select Actions | Other Actions | View Source in the Move panel of the ribbon. Also available on the same menu is Message Header and View in Browser.
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Great article Doug. We recently had a client ask us to upgrade them from 7 to 10 and install the Classic Shell too. We did. He picked up the computer, took it home. Brought it back the next day and said, "Hey, you guys forgot to install Windows 10." We showed him the Classic Shell and explained. In the end, he had us uninstall the Classic Shell because the computer was really for his kids and he wanted them learning the latest.
Posted 8 years ago
Classic Shell Can Fix a Windows 10 Start Menu Problem
This article describes a free utility you can download that will format your Windows 10 Start menu to give it a pre-Windows 8 look.
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Hi Chris, Give me a call at 916-726-5675 x205 and let's setup a time to stop by the office for a meet and greet. Mike
Posted 11 years ago
Craigslist Job Posting Posted
New unpaid intern position posted to Craigslist. We hire about 1 in 4 techs that go through our formal intern program. Either way, it's a great way to gain some real industry experience.
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Shawn: Great approach! Very similar to coding for Win32/Win64 in Delphi and other such code base compiler if defs. Mike
Posted 11 years ago
Share Code with Delphi and Prism
Can I share code between a Delphi and a Dephi Prism project? I want to have a single source Win32 and .Net application.
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Thanks Chris.
Posted 11 years ago
Prestwood IT Wraps First Company Car
Prestwood IT wraps it's first company car.
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So help you Codd, that's awesome!
Posted 11 years ago
Learn the Three Normal Forms in One Sentence
The three normal forms can be summed up in the following phrase: All the fields of a table should relate to the key, the whole key, and nothing but the key.
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{Too Long!}
Posted 12 years ago
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