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vrf ActiveX user defined types

Question asked by VRFuser on Oct 16, 2001
Hi again Ross.

> user defined types

You know, I was just playing around with some of this kind of stuff and
found that it shouldn't be a problem *as long as the types are exposed* via
the type library. If you have the OLE/COM Object viewer (it's part of the
Visual C++ package, so somebody should have it around somewhere) try taking
a look at these controls with that and see if you can find a reason you
should be having problems.
-SHAWN-

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