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Hi Victor,

I am not sure I am using the CodeProject System correctly!
Am I expected to give an up or down vote with the red and green triangles?

I am using Visual Studio 6.0. The dsw file just brings up the program in workbook form.
I can only go into Properties from Notebook.exe for XP Compatibility plus Run as Admin, and that is not helping me to get the coding I want to look at. I want to add RTF to my text, and later graphics in the Answer section.
The Notebook program was written in Visual C++ but mostly C++.
It is a simple Q & A dialog box I programmed for study questions and answers.
I wrote that program in Feb. 2004, and I am now retired, so I want to get back to learning.
I have a considerable investment in the VCPP6 and VB6 library volumes.
I want to stay with VS6 because the programs will be only for me, and I do not intend to write many.
I can see the compiled code, but I cannot regenerate my original write-up code from that!
If I run the debug there is supposed to be a way to make a file that tracks my code, but that is during the original compile and debug process. Only Windows XP is compatible with my program.
I have Windows 7 Pro now on my HP Pavilion 515n 32-bit computer and running compile, rebuild, or debug just destroys the program. Fortunately I keep backups of Notebook. It runs fine on Win7, but not much use to understand my original write-up code way back then!
I mainly use the 32-bit to backup my Palm Pilot monthly and run a free-space drive wipe after.
Don't worry, I have an HP ENVY 700-210xt SSD 64-bit on Windows 10, but free-space wipe on it would be write steps that burn SSD life (read is fine, but not write). Also, I want to keep my programming mess away from the 64-bit computer.
I am currently looking into using a VM with Windows XP inside to run my program with all functions.
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