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VS 2008- Convert a PROJECT FROM  C Sharp to VB.Net

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hi Guys

I have inherited a VS project written in C Sharp.

I would like to convert the whole project to VB.NET.

I found some conversion tools online.

Does VS 2008 have a conversion tool ?

I was wondering does VS 2008 have a tool to convert a project to VB.
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Question by:Shezad Ahmed
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by:Paul Jackson
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No it doesn't
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No it does not.

Try using the Telerik?? converter. It can handle projects in a go rather than having to upload single files. (do a google / bing search for it)
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Telerik worked great.
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