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Localization of a Visual Basic 6 project

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Hi there,

I've written a project in Visual Basic 6 (an Outlook add-in to be precise) intended to be distributed in several versions, depending on the language. I know one can create resource files in Visual Basic.Net but is this possible in VB 6 ?

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Not that I know of in VB6.  I would be tempted to just create a regular module or class and add functions/properties that return whatever resource you want to return.

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Thanks for the hint "cquinn", it works perfectly !
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