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Default Chapter 14 - use of CObject problem

I am actually using the Visual C++ version 6.0 to walk through this book. I have been doing just fine until I tried to create the new CElement class using CObject as the base class. The CObject class doesn't show up in the list of base classes when using the class create wizard. Does anybody know why that would be? In the older version, can I use one of the other base class definitions and work through the example?



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