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Debugging additional dll's

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I need to be able to step into a atl dll and debug from a VS 7 C++ application. I was able to do this with VC++ 6.0 but can't find out how with VS 7.  Can someone help or point me in the right direction please?

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by:bkrahmer
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What is it saying when you are trying to step into the dll?  Does it ask for a .pdb or something?

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not saying anything, just need to know how to do it. I'm not familiar with VS 7 C++ debugging yet.

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In that case, why make the assumption that it will be any different?  I would just try it and see if it works.  So there's my answer, F11.  :)

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