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Some classes not show in the class view window

Postby kevinniu » Wed, 11 Oct 2006 10:07:24 GMT

Hi

Just upgrade a eVC4 progect in VS 2005.

Some of the classes in the project not shown in the class view window.

Like MainFrm and some others.

How do I make them shown?

the new solution compiled and run ok

Thanks
kn 



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