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Adding an ActiveX Control to the ToolBox in Visual Basic 6

The controls discussed in this chapter are available through the Microsoft Windows Common Controls Library 6.0 (comctl32.ocx) that you can select from the Project Components dialog box, as shown in Figure 4.1.

Adding the Common Controls to a project.
FIGURE 4.1 - Adding the Common Controls to a project.

Generally custom controls that you will add to a VB application are implemented in files with the extension .ocx.

Using ActiveX Controls to Create Data Input Forms and Dialog Box


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