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Data Report Designer

Postby George Nikolaidis » Thu, 17 Mar 2005 06:35:07 GMT

Hi,

I have Microsoft VB6 Learning Edition. Does Data Report Designer comes with
this version? I can't find and use it. Can anyone help me?

George Nikolaidis



Re: Data Report Designer

Postby MikeD » Thu, 17 Mar 2005 08:40:00 GMT





with

Nope.  You need Pro or Ent edition. The Learning edition really doesn't
include much in the way of "extras". It provides virtually nothing for data
access, reporting, many custom controls, and a lot more.

The following will give you somewhat of an idea of what LE lacks (but it's
hardly complete or specific on many things):

 http://www.**--****.com/ 


-- 
Mike
Microsoft MVP Visual Basic



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