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I have developped an Active X Components with MFC Active X Wizard Visual C++ 5.0. I have no problem to use this component, but now I just  would like to make different s versions of this component, that means change the Ctrl Class registering , perhaps I have just to rename this project, and  the Ctrl Class, and some other classes but How can I do that  wihout starting with the begin, without using the Wizard again.?  Is that possible ? How can I do that ?
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Actually, you don't need to change the class names. That's up to you. If you want, you may make use of the Find in Files... menu. The important thing to change is the GUIDs.
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Ok , I agree but how can I change the  GUID ? May I choose a new one ? Anything ?
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There's an application in your \Program Files\Devstudio\VC\bin directory called guidgen.exe.  Run it and it will automatically create a new GUID for you.  Select the format you want the guid presented in and then you can copy it to the clip board and paste it into your new control where your old guid is.  Nothing to it.
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