Service Packs

I came into this project in mid-stream.  How can I find out which, if any, service packs have been dowloaded?  Using VB6.  Appreciate any help. -- Norm
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In the IDE menu - Help - About Visual Basic - you will see the name Microsoft Visual Basic 6 (sp3). The sp3 refers to service pack 3 etc.

Hope this helps,
Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
At least 2 ways:
-on the splash screen (at the lower right)
-in the about box: you should read "Microsoft Visual Basic 6 (SP?)". If there is no (SP?), then no SP installed.

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npnpAuthor Commented:
emoreau: Thank you!
Thanks to stew1 also!
-- Norm
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