I recently installed VB6 from a set of discs I bought from my friend.
I have the following discs:
- Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Professional Edition
- Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 Service Pack 3
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Developer's Readiness Kit
- Microsoft MSDE for Visual Studio Developer Training
- Microsoft Windows NT
- MSDE for Visual Studio 6.0
Can someone tell me which disk the MSDN is on so I can use the help/F1 features in VB6? I'm currently using Windows XP.
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