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Richedit as OLE container

I need a complete example in Delphi 3 of using RichEdit as an OLE container. The source should be complete with the testing application as well.

Thanks,
Sanjay
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ronit051397Commented:
You mean inserting objects onto the RichEdit?
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ZifNabCommented:
Go to this page :

http://wet.kiss.uni-lj.si/~k4fe0106/

Regards, Zif.
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skanadeAuthor Commented:
Ronit,

>>You mean inserting objects onto the RichEdit?

Yes. There is not much help I can find in Delphi help or Win32 help and I am just beginning to learn OLE. I have already found the project indicated by Zif and will check it out before getting back here.

Sanjay
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skanadeAuthor Commented:
Zif,

I downloaded the project and looked at it. It certainly helps but it's prior to Delphi 3 as it doesn't use TInterfacedObject and other Delphi 3 stuff. It also doesn't compile. I need to work on it to make it Delphi 3 compatible.

I'll wait to see if I get better answers. If I don't, I'll accept this answer and work from there.

Thanks!
Sanjay
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ZifNabCommented:
skanade, ok, no problem... if you're interested you can look also at this one, but I don't think it has some ole stuff:
http://sunsite.icm.edu.pl/delphi/ftp/d30free/riched98.zip
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d003303Commented:
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d003303Commented:
...mmh, seems to be the same as
http://wet.kiss.uni-lj.si/~k4fe0106/ 
that Zif mentioned...
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ZifNabCommented:
d003303, myole91 is from author of page I refered too. Have a look at yourself. Interesting page! Regards, Zif.
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skanadeAuthor Commented:
Ziff,

Sorry for getting back so late. I finally found a component source which I can purchase. Your tip helped me find the related components and sources on other pages.

Thanks,
Sanjay
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