At TechEd Chuck gave a session on the yet to be released VB 2005 Power Packs. This is a change in the attitude towards legacy VB6 applications. Instead of saying “sure, we can upgrade your 10 million lines of code application to .NET – it will only require you to re-write 80% of it” we now have an incremental approach to migrating to .NET. With the Microsoft Interop Forms Toolkit you can extend your existing VB6 application by adding .NET functionality. In addition the Microsoft PrintForm Component gives you some nice printing goodness… check it out Here!
VB 2005 Power Packs