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We've been using Maximizer for years. Our company has sfound that we do not use all of the features of it. We are seeking a change to a less cumbersome CRM program. There are two people to use the program for Customer lists, contacts, e-mail, notes, calendar, word processing. Any thoughts to share?...
Hi, I have a vb project which displays information from a MS Access database on textboxes and Lables for names and other calculation records. i would like to export the form containing these textboxes and lables filled with data from the MS access database to either pdf, doc or any other file type...
please provide me with all information on how to export my data to an excel sheet and how to filter the data using a dropdownlist (asp.net)