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Visual Basic 2005 Basics If you are new to Visual Basic programming with version 2005, this is the place to start your questions. For questions about the book: Beginning Visual Basic 2005 by Thearon Willis and Bryan Newsome, ISBN: 0-7645-7401-9 please, use this forum instead.
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Default I Need Help

Hello everyone!

I can say I'm about mid-level VB6 programmer. I've done programs in VB6 for SQL Server and Oracle but with the changes and upgrade in technology, I find the necessity of upgrading.

The problem is that most end-users here still prefer VB6. Inspite of that, I'm determined to upgrade and improve. The drawback is, I don't know how to do it.

I want to learn VB 2005, so how do I go about it? Please help.

Thanks a lot, regards.
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