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where to find delphi tchart for d7

it is not included in my distribution and i can't seem to find a link to it.

any one have a solution?
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arwar49
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Geert GOracle dbaCommented:
you can find it here:
http://www.steema.com/
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arwar49Author Commented:
thanks but i am just looking for the vanilla version tchart that ships with Delphi
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Geert GOracle dbaCommented:
it's the free download version

or try and reinstall it from the cd
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arwar49Author Commented:
all i see on streema site is eval versions of teeChart which is not what i am looking for.

it is my understnading that tchart.pas ships with free versions of Delphi, so it should be available.

i am using delphi 7 2nd edition which does not have tchart.

obviously if it were included in my cd i wouldn't be posting here.

i was hoping some one could point me to a download site that doesn't go thrrough 10 screens, etc.

before i get to the download. i can always go back on the web and use brute force to find it.
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jimyXCommented:
From the Delphi menu go to Component -> Install Packages - > then click on add on the shown window then from Delphi bin folder locate the file "dcltee70.bpl"

JG
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arwar49Author Commented:
that did the trick after a bit of fiddling. thanks
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Geert GOracle dbaCommented:
if need do some fiddling, then there is something wrong with your installation
if you checked all the necessary options to install the components
the teechart should be standard installed

if not, then there is some other problem besides the install
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