How do i use TLBIMP.EXE?

I've found it in my visual studio folder, but when i open it it simply loads and closes instantly. is that the right way to reach to it's functionalities ?

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you should have a look at Type Library Importer (Tlbimp.exe)

Category:c# Views:1 Time:2009-11-21

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