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This one may be a tough one. I have code for a project that was written in VB 3. Apparently, this project was also maintained through Microsoft Safe Source, because all of the files are locked as read-only. I don't have Safe Source, so I need to find a way to unlock the files without it. Does anyone know of a way to unlock these files manually?
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If I understand the question correctly, I think you need to remove the read only attribute on the various files in your project using windows explorer or file manager.
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