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In fact the possibilities of C#, VB.Net and C++.Net (known as Visual C++ too) are equal for a MS developer. But: If you learn VisualC++ you are able switch later to "normal" C++, improve your knowledge and do e.g. hardware-near programming. IMO VisualC++ improves your value as a developer more than the other languages and if you are able to do VisualC++ programming is writing C# code not a big deal because there are only a few differences. VBA is just important for basic Macro programming within MS Office so some basic knowledge there wouldn't be too bad.
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