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Wondering if you can hack the VS.NET IDE for use with VB 6

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Hi there,

I am wondering if it is at all possible to use the VS.NET IDE for use with VB6...I  know axtools has an add in which adds some of the functionality of the VS.NET IDE but I don't wanna pay (yet :) ) the money if it is at all possible via a clever hack of somekind...Basicaly I just want to replace the VB6 IDE with the .NET one...

thanks
Marco
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hmm..I guess your right. :)
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