How to Design a Macro Component
Macro components are typically created at the beginning of a project. By defining a group of components as a macro component, you can easily manage the components included in a run-time image.
To track your progress in the following table, select the check box next to each step.
|1. Create the macro component by choosing the component dependencies to add.
You can also create a macro component by using Target Analyzer.
|Creating a Macro Component|
|2. Add the macro component to the component database.||Importing an Object into the Database in Windows XP Embedded Studio Help|
|3. Verify the components included in the macro component.||Viewing the Contents of a Macro Component|
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