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    ASP.NET VB and SharePoint

    Hello, I am newbie in asp.net vb page developments, but am kinda of learning my way around it fairly quickly.

    I have a SharePoint 2007 site with a list that i can input new items. I want to know if it is possible to make a ASP.NET site using vb that would allow me to make a connection to that SharePoint list so i can read the list onto the site and make new items that would input into the list.

    If so how would i go about this?

    Thanks

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    Re: ASP.NET VB and SharePoint

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    Re: ASP.NET VB and SharePoint

    You should use sharepoint designer .. Available on this page along with developer resources and SDK's ...
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