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Default Use function Solver of Excel in VB.NET 2003

Hello everybody,
To continue the topic i had post a few days ago i would like to ask sth else. I want to use the function Solver, which exists as a tool in Excel, in VB.NET 2003.
During the search i had done all the weak i didn' t find anything usefull in Studio .Net 2003. If anyone knows sth about that, i would be glad hearing his/hers ideas and suggestions.
Thanks for your time spending on reading my post.



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