Dr. Allan Harkness
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|Components > Reports > Report Enhancements|
AHWord97 Classes v.2.2||FWS
||77 - 82 k
||13 May 2000
|By Dr. Allan Harkness. A suite of classes to ease the use of Word 97 as a report generator for Delphi. Best used for generating letters rather than tabular reports. Comes with full source code, demo and documentation to get you started.|
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