Converting from MS Access 2002 (XP) to Visual basic

Posted on 2004-11-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
Are there some reliable tools out there to convert an Access application, in part or overall, to Visual basic?

Question by:Peborgh
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    While the other replies are correct in that there is no conversion tool
    from VBA 6.0 to managed code (VB.NET), you may be able to utilize your
    existing code with the the new Developer Edition for Office 2003. There is
    some good reading on
    ll=/library/en-us/dno2k3ta/html/odc_ofcomparevba6andvsto.asp. It really
    depends on the functionality of the code that you want to move to VB.NET.

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