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Upgrading a project from VB3.0 to 4.0

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We are a bit behind the times and am trying to play catch up.  I have a program created in VB3.0 and I want to start upgrading it to VB4.0 and eventually VB6.0.  How can I go about upgrading from 3.0 to 4.0 and how difficult is it going to be?
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Just open the program in vb 4.0, then you'll get up a message about the files is vb3.0 files or something, then press ok/ok for all. When you have loaded the project then just save it and vb will save it as vb 4.0 files

You can do this with atleast vb 5.0 and mostly possible vb 6.0
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Great - Hopefully it will go smoothly.  Thanks for your help.
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