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Convert WinApp to WebApp in asp.net

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I have a Windows Application with several layers/functions to it.  I want to convert everything over to make it a Web Application.  What would be the best way to start doing this?  (I'm very new to ASP.net)

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It references a couple access mdb's through oledb connections, in which it will read, edit/add, and delete from.  It has some datagridviews and crystal reports.  It also uses mdi parent/child forms.  Some of it uses sendkeys and threading.  (May be best to keep that part winApp?)
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