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Is this a dating rule that people take to heart (or to bed) or is it just another urban dating myth?
*Names have been changed to protect identities En español She wrote him first. In the summer, when the trees leafed out, you couldn't even see the road or the neighbors. She'd grown up here, in a conservative pocket of Virginia. When it came to meeting new people, however, her choices were limited. The holidays were coming, and she didn't want to face them alone.
Its last four hundred years of history can be squeezed into eight bullet points (My opinion (which you can take or leave) is that if we put more palaeographic effort into reading the VMs’ marginalia, we would very probably improve on this unsatisfactory situation.
For example, I believe that the top line of f116v says “por le bon simon s(int)…“, and that this was possibly even written by the original author.
Right now, nobody can say – but perhaps it is this ‘hard-to-pin-down-ness’ that has managed to keep the Voynich’s mystery alive for all this time.
I consider there are too many steps and the fact that it requires 2 external files (.
This should be followed by open/close parenthesis "()".
I find this is extremely useful if I need to initialise the program before opening forms or, as in the case of the original questioner, run access as a scheduled process with no user I/O.
4) Make sure the VBA function you call has a command at the end, or that you add this as a second line to your macro.
These will make sure that Access doesn't stay open after your process runs.
Hope some of you know how to shorten the steps and eventually get ride of the and with the required parameters.
(2) Yes, a Macro in Access can only invoke a Function, but you could probably convert your Sub to a Function that doesn't return anything (or returns some arbitrary value like I tried calling MSACCESS.