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Old December 28th, 2003, 08:31 PM
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visual basic .net resource kit

this may be way over my head right now but i have a question about the free visual basic .net resource kit that microsoft is giving away free. i am just beginning to learn programming, specifically visual basic .net. i only have the visual basic .net standard edition, (couldn't afford the studio version) and was wondering if i can use the resource kit even though i only have visual basic .net standard 2003 version.


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Unhappy VB .NET Resource Kit

Hi Dave,

I'm afraid not - the VB .NET Resource Kit is a collection of tools, add-ins and samples which require you to have a version of VB.NET or Visual Studio .NET installed.

Try the VB.NET 2003 Deluxe Learning Edition, which comes with VB .NET 2003 Standard Edition software and the Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Step by Step book, for around GBP60. Alternatively, there is the Visual Studio .NET Academic Edition if you are a student.

Then you can download and make use of the Resource Kit.

Hope this helps.

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Perhaps visual basic .net standard edition is much stronger than Academic Edition.

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