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Removing a file from VS 6 Project

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Hey experts,

 This should be a simple thing, but I can't seem to see how I can remove a source code file from a VS 6.0 project....any help on how to do that??
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In the workspace window, FileView tab, select the file and press <Delete> or select the menu choice "Edit", "Delete".
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>>khun

I couldn't see any delete choice in the menu, but I was able to delete it by hitting the delete button...thx for your help!
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Glad to be able to help, thanks for the points!

About the menu, note that in the right click menu there is no "Delete" choice. I am referring to the main "Edit" menu, where my menu shows:

Undo
Redo
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Cut
Copy
Paste
Delete
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and some more...

If it's not there, you may have a customized version of the menu. Go to "Tools", "Customize", choose "Category": "Edit". In the second line of symbols, you will see a red "cross" or "X" (can't think of a better description). Drag this from here onto the "Edit" menu and place it on that menu. Close the "Customize" dialog and you should now have "Delete" as an option in the "Edit" menu.
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