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...Installed side-by-side with VC++6 ? I have VC++ 6, and just saw VS .NET for sale pretty cheap at the campus bookstore. Can I have them both running so that if I don`t like VS.NET, I can just delete it and go back to playing with VC++6 ? :-D Bugle4d

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You can, but there are some special caveats to that. I don''t have the .NET stuff with me so I can''t tell you what special things have to be done. Someone else who has immediate access to the package may know.

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Thanks for setting me straight on the "special" thing.

I only remembered that there was some special notice about it with the paperwork that came with .Net. I admitted I didn''t remember the detail.

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