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Going from Visual C++.NET to Visual C++ 6.0

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Hello,

I'm currently using Visual C++ 6.0 in a machine and I'd like to open a Visual C++.NET project or workspace. I have acces to a computer that has the .NET studio installed but I haven't been able to export this project to a 6.0 version.
Is there any easy way to do so?

I could use the cpp and h files but this is not a very clean way.

thank you in advance and sorry about my poor english

Xavi
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Just create a new project in Visual C++ 6.0, copy all .cpp, .h, and .rc files to it. Have made many times without problems.

 
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