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Default Upgrading to VB 2005

Hello people!

I have some database related VB6 programs which I would like to upgrade to VB 2005. I have installed VB 2005 in my computer but i haven't got the chance to do some work on it. To be honest, I am confused, I can't seem to understand how it is done. I need HELP badly.

Thanks a lot for any assistance on this.

Gorio
 


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