Resource editor in VS Shell

Resource editor in VS Shell

Hi,
I just notice that there was no resource editor included in the VisualStudio Shell (VS2010 in my case).
This does not make sense for me because you can you can build dlls, no ? or does it means that nobody uses resources in Fortran DLLs ?
Is there a way to use the resource editor included for example in the complet version of VS2005 ?
Best regards,

Phil.

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The issue is that Microsoft considers the resource editor to be part of the Visual C++ product and doesn't allow us to license it for a Shell install. I don't know of a way to "add in" a resource editor, but you can always edit the resource separately, either in VS2005 or in the freeware ResEdit. You can compile resources using the shell.

Steve - Intel Developer Support

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