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HOW TO: Pass an Object to a Server by Value     
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This article demonstrates how to marshal an object by value to a remote server. When you marshal an object by value, a copy of the object is created and serialized to the server. Any method calls made on that object are done on the server. Because the object must be serialized to the server, the class definition for the object you are passing must be annotated with the attribute....

Using VB .NET to Access Google's Web Service     
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Google has provided one of the first mainstream public Web services that allow any developer to access Google's search, cache, and spell check services. Visual Studio .NET makes it simple to access the various functions exposed through the Google Web APIs service. This sample project demonstrates how to access the Google Web Service in Visual Basic .NET....

HOW TO: Populate a DataSet Object from a Database by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q301216)     
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DataSet objects, a key part of data access in the Microsoft .NET Framework, are in-memory objects that can hold tables, views, and relationships. This article shows how to fill a DataSet object with the results of one or more database queries, and how to access that data after it is loaded into the DataSet object....

HOWTO: Automate Microsoft Excel from Visual Basic .NET (Q301982)     
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This article demonstrates how to create an Automation client for Excel using Visual Basic .NET. Automation is a process that allows applications that are written in languages such as Visual Basic .NET to programmatically control other applications. Automation to Excel allows you to perform actions such as creating a new workbook, adding data to the workbook, or creating charts. With Excel and other Microsoft Office applications, virtually all of the actions that you can perform manually through ...

HOWTO: Use Automation to Get and Set Office Document Properties with Visual Basic .NET (Q303294)     
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This article illustrates how to automate Word with Visual Basic .NET to retrieve and manipulate document properties. Although the sample in this article is specifically written to automate Word, the same concepts can be applied to Excel and PowerPoint....

Q304661 - BETA-HOWTO: Binding for Office Automation Servers with Visual Basic .NET     
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When you automate an application such as a Microsoft Office application, the calls to the properties and methods of the Office application's objects must be connected in some way to those objects. The process of connecting property and method calls to the objects that implement those properties and methods is commonly called binding. In Visual Basic .NET, the two types of binding that are available are early binding and late binding. The type of binding you choose can affect many aspects of your...

Q303871 - BETA-HOWTO: Create an Excel Macro Using Automation from Visual Basic .NET     
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This article demonstrates how you can automate Excel from Visual Basic .NET to create a workbook that contains a new macro associated with a CommandBar button....

HOWTO: Use VB .NET to Create and Show a PowerPoint Presentation - Q303717     
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This article demonstrates how you can automate PowerPoint from Visual Basic .NET to create and show a PowerPoint presentation....

Preparing Your Visual Basic 6.0 Applications for the Upgrade to Visual Basic.NET     
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This document provides recommendations for Microsoft Visual Basic developers planning to upgrade their applications to Visual Basic.NET. It includes information on the Visual Basic.NET Upgrade Tool and discusses architectural guidelines for enabling a smooth upgrade from Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic.NET....

Object Serialization in VB .NET     
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Serialization is the process of converting a graph of objects, into a linear sequence of bytes. That sequence of bytes can be sent elsewhere (for example, to a remote computer) and Deserialized, thereby making a clone in that remote memory of the original graph of objects. The process of serialization is very easy with .NET and its open too. Every VB 6 programmer have used this feature of Serialization knowingly or unknowingly. When any class in ActiveX dll or ActiveX exe is created , there are ...

Q302814 - BETA-HOWTO: Handle Events for Microsoft Excel Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This article illustrates how to handle Excel events from an Automation client that is developed with Visual Basic .NET....

Developing a drawing application with VB.NET Part 1     
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In this article Budi Kurniwan shows us how to create a drawing application in VB.NET. The application is a vector-based drawing tool. Even though it is not meant to be a commercial application, it has basic features that serve as a good learning tool. Once you know the basics of drawing in a .NET Framework environment, you can extend it to suit your own needs. Not only will you use the .NET Framework's System.Drawing namespace, you will also learn a few other techniques such as event handli.....

Write to the Event Log In VB.NET     
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This function uses Event Log objects from the System.Diagnostics Namespace to write to the event log in Visual Basic.NET. It was tested in Visual Basic.NET Beta 1. You should add the imports statement before pasting the function; otherwise, you will get compiliation errors (in Beta 1 at least). Refer to the comments for more information....

Experience Visual Studio .NET Hands-On Labs     
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Learn the programming features within Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, including an introduction to C#, ASP .NET and Visual Basic .NET, through this set of hands-on labs....

Leveraging VB.Net Base Classes     
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Multiple language implementation has an inherited powerful advantages. The .Net unify class architecture model allows .Net languages to leverage class libraries implemented in other class libraries. This article shows you how to leverage the power of VB.Net Financial base class library using C#....

An Introduction to GDI+ in .NET using VB.NET     
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Microsoft .NET is Microsoft’s recent released development framework. Microsoft .NET not only introduces powerful languages such as C# and VB.NET, it also brings relief to other programmers including graphics, multimedia, web development and speech. In this article, we’ll see basics of GDI+ and how GDI+ is much better interface than its predecessor GDI....

Preparing Your Visual Basic 6.0 Applications for the Upgrade to Visual Basic.NET     
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This document provides recommendations for Microsoft Visual Basic developers planning to upgrade their applications to Visual Basic.NET. It includes information on the Visual Basic.NET Upgrade Tool and discusses architectural guidelines for enabling a smooth upgrade from Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic.NET....

Support WebCast: Upgrading Applications from Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic.NET     
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Visual Basic.NET is the next version of the Visual Basic programming language. In this introductory session, we will talk about the benefits of upgrading to Visual Basic.NET. We will also discuss the upgrade tool and what it does. During this WebCast we will talk about architectural guidelines for designing your Visual Basic 6.0 applications to ensure an easy upgrade to Visual Basic.NET. In addition, we will discuss which applications you should upgrade when you do make the decision to upgrade....

Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Roadmap     
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Follow the roadmap for step-by-step guidance on properly upgrading your applications to Visual Basic .NET. The upgrade steps include: Application Selection, How to Upgrade, Errors and How to Fix Them, New Features...

Upgrading Visual Basic 6.0 Applications to Visual Basic .NET     
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Microsoft Visual Basic .NET is the next version of the Microsoft Visual Basic® development system, reengineered to be the premier tool for quickly developing Microsoft Windows®–based applications, as well as the next generation of XML Web services and applications. Rather than simply adding some new features to Visual Basic 6.0, Microsoft has built Visual Basic .NET from the ground up on the .NET Framework. This enables Visual Basic developers to take advantage of the enhancements in Visual Basi...



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