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1/1/2008 2:02:00 AM
Visual Basic 202
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In VB202 we'll build our own real-world application: a Hot Dog Stand. We'll work more with text files, including creating a log of orders. We'll import that into Excel. We'll also cover user-defined types, arrays, and TONS of new functions.

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Comment from Alex Hedley @ 9/15/2010
DateAdd Interval

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Comment from Richard Rost @ 6/11/2009
Karl, my focus right now is on the Office 2007 tutorials. I'm not certain when the next VB6 video will be out.
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Comment from Karl Peters @ 6/2/2009
I know your very busy creating alot of video tutorials on many different subjects, but i was wondering if a VB 203 will be comming out in the very near future? And how many more VB videos do you plan on creating? Really looking forward to future VB learning videos
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 2/8/2008
I will be covering attaching to an Access database in a future lesson. I'll also be covering lots more controls - including DataGrid.
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Comment from gilbert @ 2/7/2008
needs lessons or tutorials on how to use ms access in vb6. and how to set the datagrid control to auto size with the window when i run the program
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 2/5/2008
Yes, thank you Robert. The TIME listed for the lesson is 13 minutes, not 3 minutes. My bad. Typo! I'll have to update the system accordingly. That means the course is 90 minutes long, not 80 as previously listed. Cool.
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Comment from Robert M. Lilly @ 2/5/2008
You might want to correct the value of more Variables to(13.00).

Instead of(3:00).
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