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Cannot find the VB Resource Editor in VB 6.0 under Add-Ins Menu - Add Ins Manager

How do I locate the VB Resource Editor?
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by:shivsa
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Sure standard with VB6 comes a resource editor.
Choose Add In Manager from the Add-in Menu and add the resource editor to your list
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by:shivsa
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It  can be found in the directory \TOOLS\RESOURCE on your Visual Basic CD
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by:shivsa
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if u still can not find it then  My recommendation is to re-install VB and do a FULL install if possible
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If it doesnt show up in your add-ins menu you will have to re-register it using regsvr32 ....
you will find it here
VB 6 Resource Editor                 \VB98\Wizards\RESEDIT.DLL
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