Friday, May 14, 2010

Office VB7 meets 64 Bit computing

One of the least publicized achievements for the teams at Microsoft is 64 bit computing.  What is that some of you might say, simply 64 bit computing is the only way that windows, office and other programs could actually use more than 3.3 gigs of memory on a Windows PC. Given that computers are now coming with 4 and 8 gigs of memory, this was obviously very important.  Anyway Office programmers,  read what my old pal from Microsoft, Frank Rice, has to say about the next version of VBA and 64 bit computing

Thanks to my other old pal and top Access programmer Rickard Olsson for bringing this to my attention. Its great to have pals, especially smart ones.

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