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Is there a "Insert ATL Object Wizard" in VC7?

Posted on 2004-08-03
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This might be an easy question... I need to add an ATL COM object to my current project.  Is there an "Insert ATL Object Wizard"  in VS.NET or do I have to add it manually?

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Aaron
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Right-click n the Solution Explorer window which will bring up a context menu. Select "Add" and then "Add Class". This will bring up a list including what you're looking for.
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Ahh, I see.  I was trying to add a new item and not finding it there.  Thanks for the quick answer.
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No problem. Good luck.
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