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Posted 17 May 2007

Create custom dialogs for use in your Visual Studio Setup projects

, 20 Jun 2007
Create custom dialogs for use in your Visual Studio Setup projects
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MMCustom5ButtonDlg.wid
MMCustomText1ExDlg.wid
MMCustomText4Dlg.wid
MMLicenseViewedDlg.wid
MMServiceCredentials1Dlg.wid
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MMCustomText1ExDlg.wid
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Shaun Wilde
Software Developer (Senior) MYOB
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All articles are supplied as-is, as a howto on a particular task that worked for me in the past. None of the articles are supposed to be out-of-the-box freeware controls and nor should they be treated as such. Caveat emptor.

Now living and working in Australia, trying to be involved in the local .NET and Agile communities when I can.

I spend a good chunk of my spare time building OpenCover and maintaining PartCover both of which are Code Coverage utilities for .NET.

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