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How to remove useless form or module from Visual Basic 6

Posted on 2007-11-30
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Dear all

I was developing a Visual Basic for times.
At before, I added some of useless form or module in this project.
How can I delete such useless form or module ?

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Francis SZE
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In the Project Pane...Right Click the "useless" form or module and select Remove XXX.
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