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Delphi 2007, install components

Posted on 2007-03-30
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Hi,
Just installed Delphi 2007. Updated from Delphi 7.

So far so good, in fact, really excellent.

However... Where's the 'Install Components' dialog box?????

Just trying to install a simple component I have previously installed in dclusr

I'm sure I'm missing something simple..

Maybe it's about time for a few hours sleep.
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you can't in D2006 you can install only packages

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by:TonyDelphiHunt
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Not the answer I wanted.
BUT Definitely the answer I needed.

That was so easy.
Add new package...
Add units.....
Save......
Install....

Thanks a lot,  
Best Wishes..
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by:ziolko
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btw. i wish my company still used D7, 2006 is so slooooww

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