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Is there any means to import Excel VBA designed forms into Visual Studio 2010

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I need to convert Forms developed in Excel VBA to a Windows Forms appIication.
Is gthere any means to import those Excel VBA designed forms into Visual Studio 2010 ?
It is obviously possible to extract the Code part from the Excel VBA Forms and import them
into VS 2010. But IU didn't find any means to also copy the from design (layout with controls).
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No. You will have to recreate it.

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