You can use the file converter in the runtime application ADR_CALC.ZIP.
See README.TXT in that zipped file for installation instructions. Run the
program (it is a DOS application). Press <F8> then select File_converter
/ Database / DF>>dBase. This converts each nominated Open Access table
to dbase format. The files will need to be in a directory that is in the
Open Access searching order. Press <F4> on the opening menu to get a
list of these directories.
If the OA files are password protected you will need to know the password or the conversion cannot proceed. I know of no way to break the passwords.
Supplied as is, with no support or assurances.
Darwin's Natural Selection Download DARWINVB.ZIP - a simple Visual Basic 3.0 program which illustrates natural selection. Has some interesting VB tricks (e.g. find the [help] button). The size is about 270 Kbytes (includes Visual Basic 3.0 runtime DLL which runs in Windows XP - tip: change the speed of calculation option to about 2000). Download DARWINXV.EXE - same but is self-extracting and does not includes Visual Basic 3.0 runtime DLL (about 27K!).
Gemfind - maps the location of gemstones in Australia
Supplied in good faith but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of using this software.