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Cannot use SSCommand button

Posted on 1998-01-21
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i cannot use the sheridan 3d controls...everytime i try
to drag a control on my form..i get an error
like "license info for this component not found.You do not
have an appropraite license to use this functionality in the
design environment"
can anyone help me? i really need to use this control!
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The version that you have does not have the ability to use that control. An example would be writing a dll in VB. If you have the standard edition, you would get the same message you got. In this example, you would need to have the professional or enterprise edition to be able to write a dll. The "license" the message is talking about IS the software version itself. If you want a "License" to controls in higher versions - you gotta shell out the cash.
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