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Good reference book
What level? What focus?
Programming VB.NET by Francesco Balena is the best reference book I've found. It's quite readable, and is one of the fattest books I've ever seen.
If you're making the transition from VB6, I find Brian Bischof's THE .NET LANGUAGES: A QUICK TRANSLATION GUIDE (Apress) to be the book I reach for most often - comparative syntax for VB6, VB.NET, and C#. Much better than the O'Reilly title on the same subject.
I second the Ballena book recommendation. The only topic
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