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Object Browser Access/Dump

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I have a library that I wish to develop a help file for. The VB object browser displays all the items and information that I want to put into the help file. How can I get the information for the object browser to a text file. I want to do this automatically for all items without having to cut and paste each one.
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Download the following file :
  http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/1797/actvxdcs.zip

it will do exactly what you want, it generates RTF file. and the full code source is provided.
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