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    Default Running 2009 apps in 2010

    Do apps written for 2209 have to be recompiled for 2010?

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    Default Re: Running 2009 apps in 2010

    Hi,
    Yes, in some cases you will have to rewrite some of the code as well.

    Anthony

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    Default Re: Running 2009 apps in 2010

    sometimes you can get lucky and it 'just works' ive found, but every year I go through each of my macros, repoint the DLL to the new API, and sort through the errors it spits out, with the aide of the new SDK.

    I don't mind it, gives me a good chance to do some refactoring
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