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Using ActiveX in non_MFC app

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I have an ActiveX control that I need to integrate
into my non-MFC application.  Is there a way to do this
without converting to MFC?
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It is not trivial. You have to create an ActiveX control container yourself. Look into the following article.

Makings of an OCX container
http://users.neca.com/vmis/final1.htm
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Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.  
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