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ACTIVEX with Borland C++ Builder

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How do I get started writing an ActiveX with Borland C++ Builder. I have the C++ Builder standard, and I can't see what to do.
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Start with creating a ActiveX Library, you can then add an ActiveForm to your library after registration with Run|Register ActiveX Server you can use the ActiveX.    


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