My office program is that size. It consisted of 20 or so separate mostly multi-modular QuickBasic programs, but I recently converted it into a single QB64 application. QB64 has so much more memory and lifts many of the QB limitations to heights that are nearly unreachable.
I highly recommend that you switch to QB64. It will allow you to build and build without getting program memory overflow compiler errors and out of memory errors, etc.
What I would recommend is to check the QB64 "Unimplemented" keywords subforum:
If your program doesn't include any of those statements, it should work when opened and compiled in QB64.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Exactly what I need!||on May 16|
|PS: Ok +2meg, well I think the Gaming term for this is "pwned!"||on May 16|
|*whats that "office program" for?||bluebear on May 17|