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I tried to open the Object Browser's Member Options Dialog in VB6.0 as the following steps, but I did not see the Options button. Why? Can you tell me how to open the Object Browser's Member Options Dialog? Thanks!

1.Start Visual Basic.
2.From the View menu, choose Object Browser or press F2.
3.In the Classes/Modules list box, select Form1. This will cause the Options button to be enabled.
4.Click the Options button to show the Member Options dialog box.
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Right click the form in the Classes/Modules list box and select properties...
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