OK, now I understand I think. The copyright date 2006 is unrelated to the software version. The VB
book published in 2005, October or November I think, and through some strange copyright office rule, anything published in Oct or later uses the following year as the copyright.
So now if you are saying "All the errata appear to be included in my edition" I guess what you mean is that all of the errors listed on the errata page are actually already correct in your book. We correct any new errors in each new printing and the book has been through several printings. Unfortunately, because most of the time readers don't tell us what printing they have when they report an error (the printing is signifief by the last number in the line of numbers that count down on the copyright page like 10 9 8 7 would mean 7th printing) we don't know what printing they are reporting on so we can't divide the errata page out by printing.
Sorry for the longwinded answer but does that address your question?
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