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does vb6 have crystal reports?

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is crystal reports included w/ vb6?  I have a vb5 app I want to port up, but I need to be able to use some crystal reports already in there.
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kinda sort of. there is a report builder that looks suspiciously like CR. I've used it once and it did what I need it to do - very basic stuff. so, if you want to construct simple informational reports, then vb 6 includes it. if you want to get more wild and crazy, then CR 7 is available.

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know its built in
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