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DIID_HTMLWindowEvents2

Posted on 2002-06-12
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How do I get Visual C++ to recognize this identifier?  I have the platform sdk loaded and presumably it's linked into Visual Studio.  (I got a new computer, the project compiles fine on the old one.)

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It should be in mshtml.h - did you get the most recent Internet SDK as well? (search for DIID_HTMLWindowEvents2 in the include files on your old machine)
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Thanks, but why a "C"??? Either it doesn't work, then don't accept a comment as an answer, or it does - and in this case, it certainly is worth more than a "C"...
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I apologize for this.  My vision was off and when it came up for the award I just assumed the default was the lowest and hit the other extreme.
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Thanks, I fixed this for you.
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