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Using ActiveX Controls Example: Insert Internet Explorer into your Dialogs

, 14 Mar 2003
Inserting an ActiveX control (Internet Explorer) into your dialogs and handling relevant events.

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Hazem Nasereddin
Product Manager
Jordan Jordan
Graduated in 1999 with a Bachelors Degree (Computer Engineering) from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Participated in the development of The McGill Intelligent Classroom ( 2000 Joined Hummingbird Communications ( and worked in the development of HostExplorer and FTP-explorer. 2001 moved from Canada to Jordan. Worked at SigmaSoft, developing MFC-ObjectARX applications for AutoCAD and other AutoDesk products, as well as other MFC\COM applications. Worked for MECA developing their Instant Messenger. Now working for Esense Software developing Applications for cellular phones among many other things.

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