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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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This page contains various links and informational links to external sources for programming in Visual Basic.NET. Items marked with VB.NET 2005 and Higher means it 'should' work with VB 2005, Visual Basic 2008, VB 2010, and Visual Basic.NET 2012. I haven't personally tested the source code, libraries, resources, or tutorials listed below with Visual Basic .NET 2008, VB 2010, nor VB 2012. But there shouldn't be any major problems working with the newer versions of the .NET Framework.

Convert CSharp to VB.NETA very nice online VB.NET to C# source code converterAll .NETClick Here
Convert VB.NET to C# - A free code conversion toolA nice online C# to VB.Net code converterAll .NETClick Here
Interop Forms Toolkit 2.1The Interop Forms Toolkit 2.1 is a free Visual Studio add-in that simplifies the process of displaying .NET forms and controls in a Visual Basic 6 application. Instead of upgrading the entire code base, these applications can now be extended one form at a time. The goal is a phased upgrade, with production releases at the end of each iteration containing both Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET forms running in the same Visual Basic 6 process.VB.NET 2005 and HigherClick Here
PrintForm Component 1.0In Visual Basic 6.0, you were able to create a very easy report for your users by simply printing the form. Now with the new PrintForm component you can once again lay out the Windows Form exactly as you want it and allow your users to print it as a quick report simply by calling the Print method on this new component.VB.NET 2005 and HigherClick Here
Printer Compatibility Library 1.0The Microsoft Printer Compatibility Library 1.0 allows projects that were upgraded from Visual Basic 6.0 to easily print without having to re-write your printing logic. By simply adding a reference to the Library, declaring a Printer, and making a few minor syntax changes, your project will be able to print using the Printers collection and Printer object as it did in Visual Basic 6.0.VB.NET 2005 and HigherClick Here
Visual Basic Power Packs Power Packs are free Add-Ins, Controls, Components, and Tools for you to use with Visual Basic to make developing great applications even easier. Visual Basic Power Pack 3.0 contains a DataRepeater control, Line and Shape controls, PrintForm component, and Printer Compatibility Library all rolled into one download.VB.NET 2005 and HigherClick Here
Visual Basic Fusion: Use Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET TogetherA Microsoft Visual Basic 6 application can access .NET class libraries, but to do so, it must go through an interoperability layer, known as a client callable wrapper. This wraps the desired .NET class, and exposes it so that it appears as a traditional COM object, which can be used from any environment that can consume COM objects. Learn how to create these wrappers. (18 printed pages) Download the Visual Basic Fusion—Best Practices.msi code sample for this article.VB.NET 2005 and HigherClick Here

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