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Sheridan SSPanel and VB5

Sheridan SSPanels...are these the best things to use in VB5 for my custom toolbars?

I am converting a vb4 win 3.1 app to vb5nt. I get errors logged  when opening the project in vb5:" Class Threed.SSCommand of control cmdToolbar was not a loaded control class." even though the sheridan controls appear to be registered, (checked in components and references on the project menu)

Also I can't put them in any custom contols I am making, can I?

Thanks in advance....
Ridley S.
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watyCommented:
To use your sheridan Threed32.ocx, you have to register the ocx (see the dir \tools on your cd).

To use toolbar under VB5, you could use the toolbar control you have in the common control coming with VB5.
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ridleysAuthor Commented:
Thanks Waty!
>>To use toolbar under VB5, you could use the toolbar control you have in the common control coming with VB5.

 sorry I can't find this in my version of vb5 It's not in the standard toolbox items is it?

Ridley
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watyCommented:
You have to add a reference to the common control.
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