How to Design a Macro Component

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.

 StepTopic
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

See Also

Using Macro Components | Macro Components | Identify Target Device Hardware | How-to Topics


© 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


Show:
© 2016 Microsoft