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My VC++ ClassView is in a mess !!!!

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Hi, I have been going through nightmare when browsing my classes. My Visual C++ 5.0 project has about 35 classes but the classview window fails to display all of them. Instead it displays only about 2 or 3 at a time. It used to be okay when I had less than 30 classes. Any idea why it is behaving strange like this ???
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Sometimes these things happen when some project files get screwed up.

In 4.2 I just exit the program, delete the *.NCB file (may have a different name in 5.0) and recompile the project ("build all").

Usually works.

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