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I get Webpage Error when I try to Add Class for a CDialog box with MFC

I have a MFC project in Visual Studio 2005. In Project menu I used Add Resource to create a CDialog box. I wanted to add aCDialog class for that box. I right clicked on the dialog box in the dialog editor and clicked Add Class... Instead of a Class Wizard dialog box for creating the class for my dialog, I got a dialog box with the title "Webpage Error" and a message that says "Do you want to debug this webpage?" This is not the Class Wizard i used to see. If I click Yes or No I get a MFC Class Wizard dialog box with the message "An add-on for this websize failed to run." I can't select the base class and I can't type the name of a bass class. Soc, I am unable to add a class from this point onward. Something got messed up with the MFC Class Wizard in Visual Studio 2005. What can I do to restore the normal function of the Class Wizard? Thanks very much, Bill
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wtp69Author Commented:
Worked like a charm. Thanks very much, Sage Dan.
Thanks for the points and the grade.
In case it helps you in the future, all I did was use Google to search for the text of the error message (after correcting your spelling error :-) As I recall, it was in the first two or three hits.
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