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    Re: Database - Which Format ?

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    I don't envision folks being really interested in getting to the source code. My "paranoia" lies in the fact of how weak and open Excel VBA is. I need to get over my fears and move forward.
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    I did review the second URL previously (https://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10...cess-database/). Other websites give the same recommendations for protecting the code. Most all of the instructions...
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    Re: Database - Which Format ?

    I understand ... and thank you.
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    I am seeking better security for the coding. Excel provides no security at all. VB5 was given serious consideration but I have to wonder how much longer a 30 year old 32 bit product compiled...
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    Database - Which Format ?

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    I have a current completed project in VBA/EXCEL.The records are stored in the spreadsheet.

    A quick review of .NET documentation seems to indicate I can transition to .NET with an ACCESS style...
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