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Wanted a Code Librarian-Like the One in MS Office Developer

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Hi,
I was going through one of older editions OF VB Programmer's Journal and came across Code Librarian. I can't afford to pay for one, I have looked/searched for one and came up with two : one from Gary Beene and another one found at /www.msofficemag.net IC Code Librarian 2000. I guess you get what you pay for, but I thought someone else may have found one. Thanks and have a great day programming,
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by:Anthony Perkins
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There is one that comes with Visual Studio (Enterprise ?) call Visual Component Manager.

There is also an add-in MZ-Tools (www.mztools.com) that includes one.

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by:GeneM
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You could take a look at:

http://www.vbcodelibrary.co.uk/

The guy is selling his present version, but giving away free an older version (source code).  

The older version is not bad.  It does lack a "find" command.  You could add that yourself, and then give it to me!  :-)

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by:dingo11
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Hi,
I was getting to delete this, it seemed that no one was interested. Happily enough you all proved me wrong. I'll go and check out your suggestions,
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by:Anthony Perkins
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EE email notification was down the last few days.

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Rich,
Perfect! I looked there before obviously in the wrong spot. Thank you,
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Thanks diek_nf.  Glad I could help.

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