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vs2003 turning on intellisence

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hi have vs2003 and have been trying to turn on the intellisence have been to tools/options ect and turned things on and off but still cannot get it to run
any ideas why
thanks in advance
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sarabande earned 2000 total points
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you may delete the *.ncb file while your solution is closed.

next open of the solution creates a new *.ncb file where Intellisense might work again.

the following article gives help for vs2005. as far as i remember, visual Studio had only minor changes in the settings between vs2003 and vs2005.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms235519(v=vs.80).aspx

Sara
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sorry about that i have been away for the past couple of week and have not been on line what was provided did actually work, so would like to accept question and award points for the help that i have recieved
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I am very happy that sydneyguy responded and even more that my solution had worked.

So I am in the queer sitiuation to object my own decision...

Thank you
Sara
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