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I get a message, "The MSDN collection does not exist. reinstall MSDN." When I try to access any of the HELP features of Visual Basic 6.0. I do not have an install disc for this. Is there a download or a place I can get this?


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divide the page using Iframes and loads the tree in one frame and loads the page in second divide the page using div and bind the data in a repeater or grid to display data.I like to know about the performance- oriented or standard method to achieve the task. Also suggest me any other method for this task.

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According to MSDN if GetModuleFileNameEx succeeds it should return the length of the path name; however, when I output the return value of GetModuleFileNameEx, it is just a random long number that changes with every tick of the timer. Also when i try to output the path of the open window just to see what is being stored there, it is blank. I have googled and surfed the net for but to no avail. I was curious if someone here might have an answer for me Here is the code I am having trouble with:


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