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I just installed Borland Developer Studio 2006 and I can not find the wizard which adds a user defined method to an existing class definition!

I can't believe I'm looking for this answer on a programming forum but I've tried everything else. No, really! The online manual, and the borland website and support don't say a thing about it. I've been using Borlands c++ IDE since the days of DOS and I have never had problems with it. And I am getting incredibly frustrated with this product.

So, How do I use the built in wizard to say add a method to the main form which is not one of the predefined events? In Builder 6 it was in the 'Class Explorer', you just right click on the class and select add method (or field, or property).

if there's anyone who has experience with Developer Studio I would appreciate hearing from you.

(how embarrasing... and me a professional programmer)
Sep 17 '07 #1
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