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Browser Toolkit for VC.NET 2003 (repost)

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is there a browser toolkit available for VC.NET 2003 (VC7.1)? I found
downloadable toolkits for virtually all other versions at microsoft.com, but
none specifically marked as compatible with VC 7.1.

// Johan

Nov 17 '05 #1
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The VC.Net 2002 version should work perfectly for 2003 as well. I am getting
the description updated to say that.

There will be a new version for VC 2005.

Thanks for the report!

Ronald Laeremans
Visual C++ team

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is there a browser toolkit available for VC.NET 2003 (VC7.1)? I found
downloadable toolkits for virtually all other versions at microsoft.com,
none specifically marked as compatible with VC 7.1.

// Johan

Nov 17 '05 #2

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