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Submitted on: 8/18/1999
By: Drae Calistair 
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User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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     Used to register and unregister OCX and DLL files for use with Visual Basic 5.0 and other programming languages that support OCXs and DLLs.
 
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8/19/1999 5:43:00 AMDrae Calistair

If anyone has any problems with this code, or has any suggestions on how it can be made better, please EMail me, or respond here.
Thanks! :)
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8/19/1999 11:29:00 AMKhalid Rasheed

Thanks a million. I've been wanting something to make registering OCX files within windows just a click away. And that is exactly what this provides.
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8/19/1999 7:23:00 PMFLaMe

Thanks bro, I've been trying to get a lot of files to work, but it always says it isn't registered. I haven't downloaded it yet, but I will soon.
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9/20/1999 2:30:00 AMMICHAEL

HOW TO CREATE PRINTPREVIEW OCX OR WITH CODE.
I AM BEGINNER.
MANY THANKS IN ADVANCE AND BEST REGARDS,
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9/21/1999 7:29:00 PMTiso

Anybody know how to register the Common Dialog Control for vba? Please help!
Email responses, please.
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9/21/1999 10:37:00 PMjinhui

can you do this just by windows API
programming?
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9/27/1999 10:29:00 PMMagic Man

The .exe seems to have a virus in it.
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1/19/2000 9:20:49 AMRuss

Is there any way to do this programmatically? I'd like to be able to register/unregister OCXs on the fly without depending on regsvr32.exe...
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1/19/2000 8:11:58 PMDrae Calistair

Yes, there is a way... It has to be done through API, and currently is beyond me... Gimme a few days and I may have it figured out. :)

Regards,
Drae

PS: No, my exe doesn't have an virus. Perhaps the problem lies in your system.
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1/26/2000 8:15:19 PMJon

All the files that i try to Register/UnRegister wont work... :( i have tryed this and many other programs to try and fix it, but nothing works. can someone PLEASE help me.
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8/14/2000 7:13:14 PMJunior

This is gust what I needed. THANX
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12/12/2000 8:05:35 AMVaclav Mach

Good idea Drae.
I may send you version with active recognition of system directory.

Vaclav
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9/4/2001 3:47:50 PMOzan Dogan

Just simple use of regsrv32.exe..
How they could give the "Contest Winner"
status to this code.... ?
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1/28/2003 10:43:48 PM

Seems obvious to me that this guy won because of the comments included...
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3/24/2003 7:03:51 PM

No didn't work with me. First it said file not found. to fix this I changes the windows\system\ to windows\system32\. Then, it game me a regsvr32 error with loading a module or something. I have windows xp.
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2/1/2007 1:51:43 AMsuresh

its not working with xp even i have changed the path as system32.
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