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Updating Access 2003 Visual Basic engine.....

 
 
Atlas
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      17th Feb 2005
As I'm experiencing strange beheaviuor in my apps in the vbcode (Access 2003
+ SP1, .adp project) I was wondering if the VB engine could be updated
someway.

It states: Microsoft Visual Basic 6.3 - Version 9972 VBA: Retail 6.4.9972
Forms3: 11.0.6254

Any updates available?

Thanks


 
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Graham Mandeno
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      17th Feb 2005
That is the latest available version, as far as I know.

Tell us more about the "strange behaviour" and someone might be able to help
you.
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Good Luck!

Graham Mandeno [Access MVP]
Auckland, New Zealand

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> As I'm experiencing strange beheaviuor in my apps in the vbcode (Access
> 2003 + SP1, .adp project) I was wondering if the VB engine could be
> updated someway.
>
> It states: Microsoft Visual Basic 6.3 - Version 9972 VBA: Retail 6.4.9972
> Forms3: 11.0.6254
>
> Any updates available?
>
> Thanks
>



 
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