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Hello I currently have VB5.0SP3 Pro.
I'm interested in getting
VB6 Enterprise
or
VS6 Enterprise (if I can convince my boss)

The question I have is can I purchase the upgrade editions of VB6 Enterprise or do I have to purchase the full product

Also if I can convince my boss to get VS6 Enterprise do I need to purchase the whole thing or can I get the upgrade price.
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you can purchase the upgrade....

The following is a Quote from MS VB Site:

"To qualify for Visual Basic version 6.0 Enterprise Edition upgrade pricing you must be a licensed user of either Visual Basic Professional Edition version 4.0 or later, or Visual Basic Enterprise Edition version 4.0 or later. "

This quote can be found at: http://www.microsoft.com/products/prodref/730_pr_st.htm#note

Thanks Brad.

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What about Visual Studio?
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Nevermind I went to the site and found the info about the VS
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