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VB6 to .Net Conversion

Posted on 2004-10-04
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Hopefully a simple question, I had a Load(Formname) in VB.net, now its saying that load does not work anymore.
Its trying to load a calendar, and its telling me that I should erase the calendar property, and set the reference to public class of MS calendar? Anyone ever had to convert a user calendar control from vb6 to .net and how did you go about it?
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So many migration questions, so little time.

Dim f As FormName = New FormName

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