Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6) was the final COM-based version of the VB programming language and IDE, last updated in 2004


Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is an event-driven, object-oriented programming language for writing macros, used for the entire Office suite as well as other applications


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"Vba is in fact a superset of vb6 not a subset -- vba has more functionality built in than vb6 itself"

from question "Disadvantages of bigger project in VBA"


"Vba being a whole lot less than vb6"

from question "Is VB developed on the same scale as C#?"


"Fortunately the vbide for vb6 has more classes and methods for working with vb projects than the vba version of vbide"

from question "How can I catalog, index, and/or print VB6 source code, with each sub/function on a page..?"

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