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From: John Stark <>
Subject: How do I identify which events us a particular style?
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 20:15:02 +0000
I have tried to delete some (probably corrupt) place styles and been
warned by TMG that they are in use. John Cardinal's TMG utility
produces error messages if I try to rename them.
How can I discover which events are using the place styles?
[ In an effort to work this out, I've tried to establish the structure
of the database to see if I can change the records manually, but haven't
yet been able to resolve the table relationships - I'm assuming the d,
g, p, and st tables are involved. I can spot a style id in the p table
but can't relate this to other tables. I would have anticipated a link
to the st table, but there's no style id in my st table exported to
Excel. Can anyone tell me how it's done? And what do I need to read
and modify FoxPro tables? None of my software seems to work. ]
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