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Stand alone vb programme

I have writen a vb programme that I want to put on disk, no problem so far. I do not know how to create a memory, I could use access but some of my friends do not have access, what code do I need to create a memory ie save to the hard drive. I am only a novice so if you can help please keep it simple. thank you jim

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  • jefferyajj Apr 07, 2008

    thank you for the reply.



    marots85 you are correct I am trying not to use a data base like Access.



    iqbal_del has also given me a solution is it the same as yours.



    Thanks again Jim

  • Mary Tsoulakas May 11, 2010

    So, instead of entering data in a database like MS Access, you want to write the data on a text file is it?

    Am I understanding it right?

    If so, I will be able to help you out on that!!

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Yaa you can use the Setup Wizard from your VB for your project. It will make a setup for your project and will put all the runtime required files in a same folder, with your project executable with a setup.exe file. Copy all these files in any device like CD,DVD, Flash memo etc, in a same folder. And run this setup on any computer to which you want to install it.

Then your project will run on that computer.


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