[AccessD] Time zones in Windows
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Tue Mar 17 19:38:04 CDT 2020
Thanks Gustav, the http://rubberduckvba.com as an extension to the VBA
coding environment for MS Access and Excel looks very interesting and I
will be testing it out.
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On Sun, Mar 15, 2020 at 5:39 PM Gustav Brock via AccessD <
accessd at databaseadvisors.com> wrote:
> Hi Borge
> Most of the listers have retired or moved to other environments, I believe.
> No, I don't know of some ready-built method for version control. I just
> zip the full file.
> Quite different, but you may be interested in http://rubberduckvba.com/
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> Emne: Re: [AccessD] Time zones in Windows
> Hi Gustav,
> Many thanks for sharing on the AccessD list ...
> Very quiet here these days, wonder why...
> If you have any links to information / tips / ideas for how to use git /
> github to version control an Access application, I’d really appreciate it.
> And to everyone, best wishes that you all stay well, safe and happy during
> this pandemic.
> On Tue, 10 Mar 2020 at 11:25 pm, Gustav Brock via AccessD <
> accessd at databaseadvisors.com> wrote:
> > Hi all
> > My latest article is two-fold:
> > Time Zones, Windows, and VBA - Part 1<
> > >
> > Obtaining and using time zones in Windows is not simple. It involves API
> > calls and reading the Registry. Some information is localised, and some
> > not. Here you will find a complete set of functions that wraps the
> > difficult steps, eases common tasks, and helps when designing user
> > interfaces.
> > Time Zones, Windows, and Microsoft Office - Part 2<
> > >
> > Listing and selecting time zones in Microsoft Access and Excel is not
> > straight forward. In the previous article was shown how to retrieve the
> > time zones of Windows. Here will be demonstrated how to create tables to
> > store these and how to display and select a time zone in Microsoft Access
> > and Excel.
> > I was so tired of all the small bits and pieces collected through the
> > years that didn't play well together, that I decided to write a complete
> > set of functions for the purpose.
> > It also includes yet an example of a CallBack function in Access.
> > Both an Access and an Excel demo are attached the articles.
> > Full and current code and demos can be found at any time on GitHub:
> > VBA.Timezone-Windows<https://github.com/GustavBrock/VBA.Timezone-Windows
> > /gustav
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