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Jason Zander just announced some exciting work that we’ve been doing for developers trying to migrate their Visual Basic 6 apps!
Good News for VB6 Migration
Today we re-launched our VBRun Resource Center for VB6 developers and announced a partner tool from Artinsoft, the Visual Basic Upgrade Companion [VBUC] that you can get for FREE. Check out the details here:
Download your FREE version of VBUC with code ‘MSDN’
You’ll also notice that we integrated the VBRun resources into it’s own tab on the Visual Basic Developer Center. If you haven’t checked out VBRun, it’s all about providing the best migration strategies, tools, support info, and training to help you on your gradual path from VB6 to .NET.
The most exciting addition is a partner page that provides free and recommended tools. The first partner to be featured is Artinsoft with their Visual Basic Upgrade Companion.
We will continue posting the best migration strategies and guidance, best new partner tools, support policies, updated toolkits like the Interop Forms Toolkit 2.1 on the VBRun site so you should check back often. There is also a VB6 migration and interop forum where experts on the team and MVPs hang out to answer questions on migration.
The Artinsoft site states that there is a migration tool SHIPPED with VS10. I can't find it!
Where does it say that on their site? The Artinsoft tool is a separate download from VS2010 but it is being offered to you for free, just use the coupon code "msdn".
i madan i have dnet script of desktop application . I need to re modify that project means design change only
if any vb or dnet developer please mail me
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