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VC 4.0 Error CXX0033 trying to Watch member data

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I am using VC 4.0 and am unable to view Class Data Members.  This used to work, but I can't seem to get it to work now.  I can view locally declared variables, but nothing protected within a class.  The members are not static -- I say this because MS says you cannot view Global or Static members by design for space optimization purposes.  
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Try enabling browse information in Project settings dialog under the C/C++ tab and rebuilding the entire project (it's a check box under the "General" category).
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