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1/1/2008 1:04:00 AM
Visual Basic 104
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VB104 covers working with multiple forms, load and show events, modal forms, date functions, startup form, rounding numbers, multi-line textboxes, and checkboxes.

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Comment from Nicos Solomonides @ 7/24/2009
Look at the video at 03:34
and why AgeMonths=CustomerAge/30???
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 7/23/2009
Minutes = Hours * 60
Seconds = MINUTES * 60

If I said something else in the video, then I was incorrect. At what time index does this happen?
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Comment from Nicos Solomonides @ 7/23/2009
In your VB104 lesson 03 you
say that AgeMinutes=AgeHours*60 and
AgeSeconds=AgeHours*60 again. How come? And why
AgeSeconds is not equal to Ageminutes*60?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 3/13/2008
Robert, thanks for letting me know. I've fixed the links and made sure the NetBackup program was up there. You can find it at http://www.amicron.com/netbackup
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Comment from Robert M. Lilly @ 3/3/2008
Hi Richard:
I tried to take advantage of your advice about backing up the computer.  But when I tried to down load Amicron Netbackup.zip (4MB).   I received the following message! “This page cannot be found.”  I would appreciate if you could resolve this problem.

Bob Lilly
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