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June 1999, Week 3

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Betty Jean Swartz <[log in to unmask]>
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Betty Jean Swartz <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 17 Jun 1999 15:16:06 -0400
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I actually still have a copy of PC-File 6.5 (the commercial version) on my
PC and still use it occasionally!

Depending on which version of PC-File you are using, it may be simple to
convert to a Windows database.  The later versions used a "standard" .dbf
format.  Check your databse files.  If you have .dbf and .hdb (and
probably .ndx) files for your database, you can easily import the .dbf
file into MS Access or many other Windows databases.

Good luck!

BJ Swartz
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Betty Jean Swartz                       (609) 757-7740
Campus Librarian                        FAX: (609) 757-7713
UMDNJ and Coriell Research Library      [log in to unmask]
Camden, NJ                              http://www4.umdnj.edu/camlbweb


On Thu, 17 Jun 1999, Jacque Jakovac wrote:

> I'm wondering if anyone out there is using PC-File?  We have all of our
> holdings, orders, journals etc on this database.  We're using the DOS
> version and now are moving to a Windows environment.  The IS people tell me
> if there is a Windows version of PC-file the data migration will be much
> easier.  Is there a Windows version?  I'll post an answer to the list if
> there is interest.  Thanks in advance.
>
> Jacque Jakovac, RN, M.A.
> Shodair Children's Hospital
> 2755 Colonial Drive
> Helena, MT  59601
> 406-444-7534
> fax 406-444-7536
> [log in to unmask]
>

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