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Import .dbf file format to tally 7.2 file format

I've a software, which i used to prepare "Tax Invoices". This software is based on Visual Foxpro. The Data file created by the software is in the .dbf file format, which is saved in its default folder in the local drive.

I've to enter those invoices in tally 7.2 & update the data daily, for the accounting purpose. Is there any solution, so that I can directly import or convert .dbf data file to tally 7.2 file format.

Please help.

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    I've a software, which i used to prepare "Tax Invoices". This software is based on Visual Foxpro. The Data file created by the software is in the .dbf file format, which is saved in its default folder in the local drive.

    I've to enter those invoices in tally 7.2 & update the data daily, for the accounting purpose. Is there any solution, so that I can directly import or convert .dbf data file to tally 9 file format.

    Please help.

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