Okay this may sound bad. But I am taking a general computer class at my community college. It is called "computer fundementals for technology". Anyhow, the first half of the semester was Microsoft Office. I aced the whole thing since I use office every day at work. But the last half is VB. I have never used VB and so far have only had limited experience programming my TI-83 calculator. I HATE programming and am horrible at it. Anyhow I have tried for 3 days now to get just the basics to work (like getting entered numbers in a textbox to calculate in a formula and display on a label) and I can't. My teacher is useless and is more monotone than Ben Stein. The book is horrible as it's one of those do exactly what I say books so you wind up only making exactly what it wants you to make and doesn't go into the basic ideas of how things work, just "type this and this happens". I am majoring in Design Technology with maybe a minor in machine design. I want to be a draftsman (I already passed all the AutoCAD classes), not a programmer. But, I have to pass this course to get my degree. There is only one assignment for the VB portion of the semester. Make a VB program. If I can't get this done, I will probably fail. So basically, if anyone is good with VB, could you please help me out. I will take tips all the way to if you feel like banging out a simple ballistic data program (just eneter weight, diameter, and velocity to get ME, TKO, and sectional density and such) and e-mailing me the non-compiled VB file, I would owe you big time. PM me if you wish to help. Thanks.