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*Michael Killion
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convert vba macros to .NET

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06-06-2006 05:07 PM
I have clung to what little vba programming skill I developed for a long
time, so I am very new to understanding how to enter the .NET game.

One reason I am anxious to make the move is unless I use late binding in my
projects, my code breaks with several versions of cad in our environment as
we get ready to upgrade.

Is there a way to move vba project into .NET?
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Re: convert vba macros to .NET

06-06-2006 07:50 PM in reply to: *Michael Killion
Personally I wouldn't move VBA projects to .NET unless you rewrite them to use the .NET API.

Regards - Nathan
*Ben Stone
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Re: convert vba macros to .NET

06-07-2006 05:13 AM in reply to: *Michael Killion
.net will not eliminate the need for late binding ...

"Michael Killion" wrote in message
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I have clung to what little vba programming skill I developed for a long
time, so I am very new to understanding how to enter the .NET game.

One reason I am anxious to make the move is unless I use late binding in my
projects, my code breaks with several versions of cad in our environment as
we get ready to upgrade.

Is there a way to move vba project into .NET?
*Michael Killion
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Re: convert vba macros to .NET

06-08-2006 12:00 PM in reply to: *Michael Killion
Thank you both for your responses.

"Michael Killion" wrote in message
news:5197896@discussion.autodesk.com...
I have clung to what little vba programming skill I developed for a long
time, so I am very new to understanding how to enter the .NET game.

One reason I am anxious to make the move is unless I use late binding in my
projects, my code breaks with several versions of cad in our environment as
we get ready to upgrade.

Is there a way to move vba project into .NET?
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