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Greetings.  I don't so much need help with completing some code, but rather finding something.  I am looking for an electronic copy of the posters / charts microsoft provides in the retail package of vb.net and visual studio.  There are numerous posters illustrating the .net classes and more.  I use them all the time and would like to have an electronic version on my laptop.  Can anyone direct me to where I might find these.

Thanks,
John
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Wow!  After your link and backing up from it I can't believe I missed it.  Thanks so much.  That was a big help.  I increased the points to 175.  Don't know if that really means much.

Thanks Again!
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Thanks mate!

Glad to help. I didnt know they existed either, grabed a copy for mylself for my laptop :-)

Dave
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