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ActiveX Dll w/Events in C++

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I am trying to tie in an ActiveX Dll created with VB5.0 and which raises events.

How Can I Access this Dll from VC++ 5.0 and trap the events?
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Look into the Visual C++ 5.0 documentation
Visual C++\Visual C++ Programmer's Guide\Adding User-Interface Features\Details\ActiveX Control Topics\ActiveX Control Containers.
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