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Old 05-26-2010, 10:39 AM   #1
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difference in visual basic on access and visual studio

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I like to know if functions in visual basic in MS Access is similar to VB.Net

I am new to MS Access and writing lot of procedural code in VB and like to find out about the difference between VB in MS Access and VB.Net

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Re: difference in visual basic on access and visual studio

No, VB.NET is quite different than Access VBA. There are a lot of similarities, but Access VBA is more like VB6 (as it is based on it) than VB.NET.

Hard to explain all of the differences. You might do a Google search on that topic as there are several places which discuss some of those differences.
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