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I am creating a vb.net program for a project!
The interface consists of a number of command buttons of items that can be bought in a shop!

I'm wondering what people opinions are on the best way to go about my project!

It s being created to be used as a touch screen application.

so for instance lets say there is 3 command buttons of different products.
if 2 of the items are bought i want the staff to touch each command button of the items and the items be listed in a listbox.
When the command button "calculate" is clicked a message box will display the price!

Now i know this sounds basic enough but ive normally used option buttons and check boxes while doing calculations and not command buttons!

Also i am only really knowledgable in vb 6. Would it be much effort to get it to vb.net code or could i get a converter from somewhere?

Any help appreciated :tazz:
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