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Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET 2003 Kick Start by Joel Semeniuk, Erik Porter, Andy Baron, Duncan Mackenzie

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Upgrading

The Upgrade wizard is invoked whenever you open a Visual Basic 6.0 project in Visual Studio .NET. The wizard makes as few changes to your code as possible while attempting to alter your existing code so it will work in Visual Basic .NET.

Upgrading from Earlier Versions than Visual Basic 6.0

Although you might be able to successfully upgrade Visual Basic 5.0 projects using the Upgrade wizard (the file format is similar to that of Visual Basic 6.0), you won't be able to upgrade ActiveX controls in the project. Your best bet with older versions of Visual Basic is to upgrade them to Visual Basic 6.0 first, and then run the Upgrade wizard.

Upgrading Project Groups

Visual Basic 6.0 enables you to create a project group in which multiple projects ...

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