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I have a workspace in VC++ 5.0 and I fubar'd. I made a class that I do not need and I cannot figure out how to remove a class from the resource view. How do I do it?
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MSVC++ doesn't give you many gui options to remove *anything*...
What I typically do is delete the classes/files from the views
by tapping the delete key.  Then delete the files themselves
either from the "open file dialog" or from explorer...  Then get
into ClassWizard and it will notice they're absense and provide
you with an option to remove the class altogether.
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