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I have been coding in VBA, VB6 Visual Studio 2005 for a few years now and have avoided Class Modules. Could someone please give me an idea as to what they do and how they could benefit my programming.
I maninly develop MS Office centric solutions.

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Class Moldules are like module files but the major difference here is you have to create objects of that class file to use the functions or sub routines here. Mostly they are used in DLL files or for common object coding.
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thank you both
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