Visual Basic .Net 2003 Standard Addition

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Visual Basic .Net 2003 Standard Addition

Postby S2Vu » Mon, 16 Jan 2006 07:53:02 GMT

I bought Visual Basic .Net 2003 standard addition intending to use it with 
Visio pro 2003. Trying Visio tutorial (Viso tutorial says it is for 
VB.Net) but find out xtensibillity Projectsare not supported in the 
standard version. I suspect, I won be able to do any more with .Net than I 
can with VBA. What is the minimum .net platform that can be used to develop 
custom Visio applications? Does anyone know of any tutorials for using the 
standard addition of Visual Basic .net with Visio?
-- 
Ken Swindell

Re: Visual Basic .Net 2003 Standard Addition

Postby Al Edlund » Tue, 17 Jan 2006 00:15:00 GMT

I have to admit that I am not working with the standard version and was 
unaware that it did not support extensibility projects. Is there some reason 
that vb.net does not support native applications using the visio drawing 
activex control? The interface using the activex control is a great deal 
like the vba interface and you should be able to use many of the example 
pieces of code in the v2003 sdk. John Marshall has some good reference 
documents listed on his site (www.mvps.org/visio)
al








Re: Visual Basic .Net 2003 Standard Addition

Postby S2Vu » Tue, 17 Jan 2006 10:27:03 GMT

Al

Thank you for responding. I checked out the sight you recommended, but was 
unable to find any .net code. For someone wanting to learn it looks like they 
should invest in at lease the professional addition, because it required 
for most of the examples Ie found. 
 
 
Ken Swindell









Re: Visual Basic .Net 2003 Standard Addition

Postby Al Edlund » Tue, 17 Jan 2006 23:04:00 GMT

John has references to books that can help you understand the visio model 
which is very heavily dependent on the shapesheet. Examples (vb, c#, and 
.net) are in the library section of the visio sdk. There are also tutorials 
in the sdk.
al












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