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Diplay a modal FormView by DLL for VB 4

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I am writting a DLL for VB4 with MFC 4.2, to display a form like window for VB. I use MFC full server as the base and run into poblem of the window display is always under the VB form that starts it. I got around by using SetForegroundWindow(), then I am not able to make it Modal (like a Dialog box), I tried RunModalLoop, it works, but when it ends it throws an error to VB, the other option I have was BeginModalState(), but there is very little example of how to use it, and the form disable itself. Any body know how to make the form modal?
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What kind of error do you get?
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hshliang,

   The best answer is create an activex control. When the contorl is initiated create a dialog box to display your 'form' information and controls.

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