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Vb .NET 2003 and Windows Vista

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Will programs developed under VB .NET (.net 1.1 framework) 2003 have any problems working under windows vista?

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No, they will all work, although don't think you'll create anything fancy using the vista themes etc. For that you'll need v3.
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Hi zordao,

it is very important that you read http://blogs.msdn.com/somasegar/archive/2006/09/26/772250.aspx

Cheers!
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From readying that it seems applications build using 1.1 will still work in Vista.
Its the dev environments that you may a trouble with. ie vs2002, vs2003.
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I have windows vista RTM installed with vs2005 ... vista has 1.1 , 2.0 ,3.0 they are all available also all my applications using 1.1 work in vista tried and tested .. :)
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