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delete a toolbar, it just comes back on vb reload

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i delete the microsoft visio toolbar on vb6, and it just comes back on vb reload.
i dont want to uninstall visio.
i even just deselect it,and its gone , but when i reload
vb6 again , its back
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-uninstall the Visio UML add-in from the VB Add-in manager
-the toolbar will then disappear until the add-in is re-installed

hope this helps a bit
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