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Converting Pfs:DB to access or other current software

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#1 jqh


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 03:43 PM

My brother has an old pfs:database file wih his life on it and wants to convert it to some other program (free, of course) that will enable him to print out names, tel numbers, birth dates, according to his needs.  Anyone know how he can convert to something current to do this.  


I think he lost his original disks and wants to convert before he loses it.


I converted it to Excel but it's 50 columns wide and totally convoluted.



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