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Hi - I just purchased a Notebook Pro and am running Windows XP Pro via Fusion. I am learning to program in Excel and have some apps I developed that already use Visual Basic. The work with no errors on my PC. Looking back on my PC, I gave little thought about the entire VB package because it came installed with the laptop.
Now it seems that I need to install some VB components to suport running my spreadsheets.

Can anyone direct me to a site that will explain what components I need to support development VB development in this new environment?

Thanks in advance!
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If anyone else has this problem check to see if you installed Visual Basic NET. After that, open VMware's Fusion and check the References. If you have any checked "unfound" remove the check...
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