I've taken on a job that involves a huge amount of VB back end stuff that will probably need tweaking. Now I 'get' VBScript, but I kind of passed over VB and learned Java and .Net.
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Sorry, I missed out something important: It's VB 6.
You may have some luck with Francesco Balena's "Programming Visual Basic .NET" book which includes the entire contents of his VB 6 book on CD. He frequently points out the diffferences between VB 6 and VB.NET, with references to content from the VB 6 book. Your best bet is probably to get a book such as Dan Appleman's "Moving to VB.NET" and read it backwards. :-)
Your best bet is to simply forget .NET, and treat VB6 as it's own thing. You've got programming experience, so picking up the VB6ism's won't be TOO bad.
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