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Autogeneration of html browsable VB class API's and comments

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Is there an Visual Studio or 3rd party tool which can help me autogenerate my Visual Basic class API's and comments in browsable XML/XSL/HTML format.

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Are you talking about a "class browser" type object, to read information on the properties and methods of objects?

If so, VB6 ships with a object library called "typelib info" or something like that.  Go to references, click browse, and add a reference to tblinf32.dll (should be in windows/system or windows/system32).

The help file is on MSDN - http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q224/3/31.ASP
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