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A vital skill (in my opinion) for a .NET developer is the ability to translate one CLR language into another. 90% of what Bob has provided you will be identical in VB.NET. Mostly you need only replace the { and } with the right keywords and strip out the ;. There are many VB.NET <-> C# converters out there as well.

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Agreed.
I was just being lazy.
Anyway, I've got everything working how I want it now.
Thanks again for all the help, you were both very helpful.

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