• Stand up if you love VB!

    Site Editor Jack Vaughan reflects on his first encounter with Bill Gates -- at the 1991 event when Microsoft introduced Visual Basic -- and what Gates' departure means for VB.

    Jack Vaughan4,525 pointsBadges:
  • VB for free: Online training saves time and money

    There may not be such a thing as a free lunch, but there is free online training.

    Eric Parizo2,950 pointsBadges:
  • Programming in Excel

    I'm doing a new project in Excel. I can see that Excel allows you to write macros in Visual Basic. Do you have any advice on getting started with Excel programming?

    john111,730 pointsBadges:
  • Visual Basic 6 Prints to data report Between two dates

    Good day! Somebody can help me? I have 1 DateEnvironment from there I have 1 Connection and 2 Commands The Command1(table1)is the Parent the Command2(table 2) is Child). In my datareport I Click the Retrieve Structure to build automatic the Group for my Command1(Table1) and Command 2 (Table2). My...

    nivron00695 pointsBadges:
  • Developers call for Microsoft to bring back Visual Basic

    As Microsoft forges ahead with mobile and cloud-first strategy, developers are venting their frustration over Visual Basic support

    CSaran2,115 pointsBadges:
  • Visual Basic faces uncertain future in .NET world

    With Microsoft's .NET Framework and C# language taking hold, the end could finally be in sight for VB.

    Eric Parizo2,950 pointsBadges:
  • IncrediBuild 6.0 cranks up speed with Visual Studio, visualization support

    IncrediBuild 6.0 offers customers several improvements over previous versions, including faster builds made possible by making use of idle CPU.

    Jan Stafford3,575 pointsBadges:
  • Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET Migration: Special Report

    For Visual Basic developers, migration to Visual Basic .NET remains a hot topic. This page provides several resources helpful for developers considering such a migration.

    ITKE407,640 pointsBadges:
  • Visual Basic add-ins

    The Visual Basic development environment is poorly documented but offers much of the functionality of MS Office applications through the VB Extensibility Model. The creation of add-ins can make the life of VB developers much simpler. This excerpt from Steven Roman's book Developing Visual Basic...

    ITKE407,640 pointsBadges:
  • Moving from 16-bit Access to 32-bit

    My question is how can I find information on the differences of Visual Basic code specification between Access Version 2 and 2000. The database used is Access v2.0 to 2000. I changed all USER to USER32 in declaration. Then I get an error message such as Run-time Error "453" -- Can't find DLL entry...

    john111,730 pointsBadges:

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