We started this chapter with a discussion of why you might consider a move from VBA to Visual Basic 2005 and VSTO. Next, we looked at the new features of Visual Basic 2005, and you learned how to use the new My objects and how to use IntelliSense code snippets. We then took a closer look at the language changes between VBA and Visual Basic 2005, including changes to data types, variable declarations, variable scope, and structured error handling. Finally, you learned about the differences between ActiveX controls and the corresponding Windows Forms controls available in Visual Basic 2005.

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