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Posted 6 Oct 2001

A tool for registering OCXs and COM DLLs

, 6 Oct 2001
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A dialog app to make registering components easier.
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Usually when registering controls it is necessary to use RegSvr32.

I have found this can be a pain to use from the command line, so I have developed a Windows based application to do the same job.

Simply browse for the OCX or DLL and select Register or Unregister.


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Richard Nash
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QuestionGooooood Pin
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GeneralYet Another Way Pin
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GeneralRe: Yet Another Way Pin
Rick Nash8-Oct-01 23:02
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GeneralAnother solution Pin
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GeneralRe: Another solution Pin
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GeneralRe: Another solution Pin
Rick Nash8-Oct-01 22:49
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