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Default Graphs in VB 2005

Hi all

using MSCHART object in VB.NET requires to register at client node for plotting graphs in VB 2005.

Using Drawing namespace of Framework 2.0 provides rich functionality for plotting but still great work needs to be done for plotting graphs. Any shortcut to plot graphs using framework 2.0 in VB 2005 making it as convenient as MSCHART object in VB6.

Suresh Bansal





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