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Developing using VB Express 2005 - Which package will I need to role out my product commercially?

Posted on 2006-10-19
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I am currently developing my application in vb express 2005, because it is free and I have not invested in a full version yet.

My program is quite extensive already, however before I develop it any further I would like to know what I will need to do and purchase in order to role out my application commercially, for sale?

thanks
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See the Express edition FAQ on: http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/support/faq/

it says the following:
4. Can I use Express Editions for commercial use?
 Yes, there are no licensing restrictions for applications built using the Express Editions.


So you do not need to purchase anything.
 
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