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Posted on 2002-07-23
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Hi,

I know this is quite easy with .Net but how can I automaticly add Function header comments each time I create a function in VB6?  For example, I would like to press a key or click the toolbar to add the header comment of a module, function or sub(different key's for each) where the cursor is. I heard that I need to use IDE.

Thank's

a programmer tired of pasting a txt file

Richard
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I've been using this add-in for awhile now.  It does what you are asking for and more (and it's free):

http://www.mztools.com/
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WOW,  that's exactly what I needed and much more! Can't beleave it's a freeware.  Thank's a lot!  hes, your answer was also really good and I will actually try to learn from it but PaulHews answer was more useful to me.

Thank's again to you both

Richard
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WOW,  that's exactly what I needed and much more! Can't beleave it's a freeware.  Thank's a lot!  hes, your answer was also really good and I will actually try to learn from it but PaulHews answer was more useful to me.

Thank's again to you both

Richard
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