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MS ActiveMovie OCX in VB5 and NT4.0

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I looking for any documentation available that discusses using MS ActiveMovie as an OCX control in VB 5 in NT 4.  I just need detailes on properties and methods and suggeestions for correct use of the control.
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There is ActiveMovie documentation in MSDN library CDs.
Microsoft Developer Network Library\SDK Documentation\ActiveMovie SDK 1.0\ActiveMovie ActiveX Control & Visual Basic Developer's Reference are useful for you. You can also find them at http://www.microsoft.com/msdn.
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Thanks for the prompt turnaround.
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