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Need source code formatter/documentor for VB6/2005

Greetings, Gurus!
I just received a VB job that entails documenting and then converting a 130,000 line VB6 program to VB 2005 (.NET).  By Dec 21!  I'm looking for a tool or tools that will do one or more of the following:

1) Add empty comment headers to all subs, functions and classes.
2) Convert global variables to a common naming prefix standard.
3) Tell me which code is active vs dead (so I can remove it).
4) Provide a calling tree for all modules.
5) Help me understand the code (ok, this may be a stretch).

I'd prefer to do the documentation, variable renaming and dead-code removal prior to running the VB 2005 conversion wizard so that there's less cleanup to do but I'm open to any and all of your suggestions.  Thanks!
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
http://www.mztools.com/index.aspx does some of that.

the version for VB6 is freeware
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peetmCommented:
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SoftwarePilotAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the pointers.  In my search, I just came across CodeSMART which, although pricey, looks like it will do everything I need and then some.  I'm going to evaluate it for a few days and will let you know if I keep it or go back to one of your suggestions.  Thanks!
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VernsterCommented:
I've been using code smart for a number or years and its very good but combined with visustin http://www.aivosto.com/visustin.html should cover your need well
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