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To get started with a Magick++ project, go to the c:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.1.9/Magick++_Demos and fire up one of the demo projects. Build and run the project. Hopefully it will run without complaint and you can then use the project as a template for your own.
Looks like a C++ name mangler problem. The only way to fix would be to compile the ImageMagick source distribution yourself since the binaries we provide were compiled with Visual Studio .NET.
Do you have all the service packs applied to your compiler? I thinks its up to service pack 5 or 6 by now.
Wish we could help with VS 6. We heard enough complaints about VS 6 that the development team bought a copy and ImageMagick compiled first time without complaint. Hopefully someone in the ImageMagick user community might have some insight into resolving VS 6 problems.