That's what I thought also when I started to program in VB. But it's not the best route. Either by yourself a book, or do what I did...source code! SR taught me that it was best to use source code rather than tut's when I was asking him for tut's also. The best resource for VB code is http://www.pscode.com
It's got tons of code for everything. If you want to learn to program in VB just choose a program you want to make. A chat program for example, and then go get code and ask people questions about parts you don't understand. If you email me (email@example.com) or talk to me on ICQ (32188525), I can provide you with some code I've made and some help.