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Anyopne knows wherre to download a free or a trial version of Visual Basics? I want to test it out before i buy one.
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http://msdn.microsof...studio/express/

Download a copy of Visual Studio 2005 Express Editions today – easy to use tools for the hobbyist, novice and student developer.
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Thank you :whistling:

i think the latest version is 2006
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I learned on the old free edition of the VB and the only difference was you couldnt create executables that would run outside of VB, i domt know if it still does that but it was never a hassle as if youre learning you would run inside VB anyway.

2005 is also now free for that version as seen here:http://blogs.msdn.com/danielfe/archive/2006/04/19/579109.aspx differences from 2006 and 2005 wont be huge.
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