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


Quality Example

"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..?"


"Vba being a whole lot less than vb6"

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

More functionality

"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"

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