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I've got VB 6.0 enterprise edition on my pc. When I try to use the help function within the program i'm getting an error message which refers to a msdn program ??

I cannot find this on my cd's though, can someone point me to a site from which i can download that help file ?
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The help file is a collection of documents that you must buy. MSDN, the online version however is free. msdn.microsoft.com.
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You could also buy MSDN from there too if you wanted to i believe.
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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MSDN is not installed by default. In my VS6, it is located in 2nd CD.
Hope it helps
Cheers
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by:alfanhendro
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In my Visual Studio, it is in 3rd and 4th CDs.
Two CDs for the help file, take quite a lot of disk space (about 5-6 hundreds of MB), but it worths.
It covers not only VB, but also VC++, Ms Office, etc.
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by:spiral
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use the full installation to install msdn on your computer.mine works ok. it consist of 2 cds .just click full installation
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