Microsoft KB Archive/105541
How to Get Entire VB KB in 2 Help Files with Full-Text Search
Article ID: Q105541
Contents of VBKB16.EXE (16-bit Windows for Workgroups Help file) S15891
There are over 1000 categorized articles in the Visual Basic for Windows collection. The two help files that hold these articles have been placed in a self-extracting file (VBKB32.EXE or VBKB16.EXE) that you can download from several different places (listed below). The Help files in VBKB32.EXE and VBKB16.EXE have a Find button that allows full-text search. To obtain the Help files, download VBKB32.EXE or VBKB16.EXE. Then run it in an empty directory to extract the files.
Where to Find VBKB32.EXE or VBKB16.EXE
You can find VBKB32.EXE (size: 1881867 bytes) or VBKB16.EXE, a self-extracting file, on these
For additional information about downloading, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
ARTICLE-ID: Q119591 TITLE : How to Obtain Microsoft Support Files from Online Services
After downloading VBKB32.EXE or VBKB16.EXE, run it to extract the files it contains.
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