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Creating Gif Ocx Control in VB5

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I am currently trying to use arrayed  image controls
to load in pictures from a gif file. My problem is that
i dont know how to pull each individual picture out of the
file to be placed in in the image controls.
Does anyone have any idea's that could help me?
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Use LoadPicture()
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