Urgent: Where is the wizard

Posted on 1998-06-29
Last Modified: 2010-05-03
I am really confused when I saw the help topic of VB:
"ActiveX Control Interface Wizard"
What a stupid help it is or I am. It does not tell
how to start the wizard then from begining it blah
about how to click buttons in the wizard.
I spend the whole morning looking for the start button
but found nothing :((((((((((((((

any guy who can help me
Question by:luqiyi
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Accepted Solution

seahpc earned 300 total points
ID: 1464570
Go to the add in Menu,
Choose Add-In Manager .

Then you will see numbers of wizard, Just check in the one you want .
Then from the Add in menu, you will be able to see the wizard

Author Comment

ID: 1464571
I also find it just now



Author Comment

ID: 1464572
Microsoft must improve their help. They are become so gagantitic
but make less sense in helping user.

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