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MSFlexGrid and VB5CCE

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I'm trying to use the MSFlexGrid control in a project we're working at the office.  However, I only have the VB5 Control Creation Edition at home.  It's great!  I can build the forms and write code for them and bring all of the source files to work for others to compile into the project.  When I try to use the MSFlexGrid on a form, I get the message 'License info not found for this control...'.  I've tried the fixes that work for the 'real' versions of VB5, such as unregistering the control, reinstalling VB5CCE, and re-registering the control. I've also tried the vbcmpfix.exe, but, as is stated with it's accompanying readme.txt, it doesn't fix that control for that edition of VB5.
  HELP!!! My coworkers have written most of the app with the flexgrid and it's hard to write code for incomplete forms. TIA.
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The control creation edition doesn't allow you to use the controls other than intrinsic vb controls.
Foe using FlexGrid u will have to get professional/enterprise edition that u seem to be having at the office.
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Thanks! I guess I'm stuck to working at the office...
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