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Type Library into a DLL

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Probably an Easy question (Brain fart on my part!).. but, hey.. This is a competition for points right...Hehe!

How do you build a Type Library into a DLL so I can register is on a machine that doesnt have the Type Library Editor on it?  

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See demo in Delphi 3\Demos\ActiveX\TRegSvr\TRegSvr.dpr
Procedure RegisterTLB

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