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vb6 resource editor add-in

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how do i install the vb6 resource editor add-in, it is not listed in my list of add-ins.

I am using NT4 sp6 with enterprise edition of Visual studio 6 sp3. any help gratefully recieved.

Thanks

Frazer
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by:CreateObject
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I hate to say this, but I had the same problem with
a few of my add-ins, and I just ended up re-installing
VB - then they showed up.  If someone has a more
effecient answer, then please share, but in my case
it was a problem of an older version of VB vs. a
newer version (I'm talking a difference of months
here...)

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by:NancyShah
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Frazer,

TRy this :
Add the following line
ResEdit6.Connect=3
in VBADDIN.ini .It should work

Nancy.
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by:frazer
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thanks nancy but emoreau's answer worked so the point should go to him.

emoreau repost as an answer and i will award you the points.

Thanks everyone

Frazer

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Thankyou
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