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MSDN Library Shortcut

Posted on 2000-05-05
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I have MSDN Library April 2000, but have deleted the shortcut that goes directly to the library.  Does anyone know what it is?  

I looked at the "obvious" EXE and CHM files, but nothing popped out.  I can re-install the MSDN Library, but would rather not.
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If you have installed MSDN in
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MSDN\99APR\1033\
then,

create shortcut with the following target:
C:\WINNT\hh.exe C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MSDN\99APR\1033\MSDN910.COL


Start in:
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MSDN\99APR\1033"

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target to the .COL file, with the HH.EXE file
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I had to change many of the numbers, but the end file was nearly correct (msdn010.col), which was the important thing.  Thanks!
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