FOXPRO 2.6 FOR MS DOS DATABASE CONVERSION

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FoxDent
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FoxPro 2.6
HIPAA
Printing
I have a .dbf file from my dental software (FOXDENT V7.0B) MS DOS program that allows the printing of a standard 1994 American Dental Association form. HIPAA is now requiring the 2006 format- Mostly the government and Medicaid forms. Can anyone help me with this conversion as this software has worked perfectly for me since 1994 on MSDOS FP 2.6 engine.
ASKED: July 5, 2008  9:05 PM
UPDATED: September 17, 2013  5:20 AM

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I Think if you know the complete data structure write new utility to print the additional new reports.If you run separte compiler files(fxp) from menu select any one which is not used.Make same name program
creating sub-menu for new reports. Like this you can add as many as you want.
There are two ways:
1. Buy the windows version of Foxdent and port old database data to new dbf
2. When you run this report, instead of selecting printer, select pdf printer, then open the acrobat writer, make the desired changes, and print the form. But for this you will require acrobat write installed on your PC.

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