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few Days Back I was Invloved In a project Which was Migration VBA in Office Word 2007 to C#..
I faced Loads Of Problem (I am was Very new to Word VBA)..
So I Decided To Migrate
the above VBA Book
I have Migrated Concept and collection Section...
Hope It help SomeBody Like Who was Struggeling to Migrate VBA to VSTO
does anybody know a way to convert a .NET 1.1 application to .NET 2.0 version? Basically I want the current application that opens and compiles in visual studio 2003 to open and compile in visual studio 2008.
Any help would be great!!
thanks in anticipation,
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