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Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET) is an object-oriented computer programming language that can be viewed as an evolution of Microsoft's Visual Basic (VB) which is generally implemented on the Microsoft .NET Framework. It is a competing technology to Sun's (now Oracle's) Java 2 Enterprise Edition framework.
you have to open your current project in VB then go to "add references" (its somewhere in the menu bar) then go find microsoft acess and add it as a reference. then go to object browser and you'll find all the functions you need to interface between your project in VB and MS Access.
in C/C++ you can have projects related to system/hardware, maths and engineering.
while in VB you can create Database/Interface oriented projects. The related titles are :--
1. Serial/Parallel port communication
2. Automatic weight entry from Weighing Machine
3. Your weight on different plannets
4. PC based PH Meter
5. Electronic Punching/Kicking pad to measure power of martial arts/boxing players
6. Electronic man counter
1. library management system
2. Video Library
3. Virtual Library
4. Automated Parking Management system
5. Automated Car security check (Bomb finder)
6. Automated ID Card generator
7. Face recognition responsive system
you can use a OLE object that is available in VB as standard object. Drag the tools to your form that your creating and it will ask for create or link existing object. so now browse to the excel sheet and embed it into the VB form or use run time for manuplating the cells and other info in excel.