Paul Cornell shows you how to migrate an Office VBA macro to .NET, specifically Visual Basic .NET and C#, and then how to transform that solution into a Visual Basic .NET managed COM add-in. (32 printed pages)
He has noticed that a lot of Microsoft Office developers out there, both in newsgroups and at conferences, are interested in learning more about how to code solutions using the Microsoft .NET development platform.
In this month's column, He will show you to take an Office VBA macro and convert it to .NET, both in Visual Basic .NET and C#. As an added bonus, He will show you in the appendix at the end of this month's column how to make a Visual Basic .NET managed COM add-in out of the solution.