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Consume a webservice via VB in Visual Studio 2015

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I'm looking for a walkthrough on getting data from a webservice for a windows app in Visual Studio 2015 in VB.  I've googled it, and although there are hundreds of them, they are all in VS 2008 or ASP or whatever and I can't get them to work.   Thanks
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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To add the service, right click in the Solution Explorer and click Add >> Service Reference. VS will show a dialog where you can enter the URL of the web service. Click Go, and you should see the Services/Operations available. To determine how to use those, you'd have to consult the documentation of that service.
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