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The Class Module Name Property
Your class module's Name property is important because it is the name
that controller code will use when it instantiates a copy of your class as an object. You can change
the class name from the Project Explorer by following these steps:
In Project Explorer, right-click the name of the class module to bring up the pop-up
menu for this class module (see Figure 12.2).
FIGURE 12.2. The pop-up menu of the class module
Choose the Properties option from the pop-up menu. The only property listed is
the Name property, and you can change it here (see Figure 12.3).
FIGURE 12.3. The properties dialog box of a class module in a standard EXE project.
NOTE - Changing the Name of a Class That Is Already in
Use: Be careful when you change the name of a class that is already in
use, because controller code depends on the name of the class to instantiate objects.
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