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How do I go about registering a DLL that I received?
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Look in your system32 directory of your windows installation. There should be a utility regsvr32.exe. Associate this one with your dll in the "Open with" dialog that you get when you try to start the dll..
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I am sorry My english not very well. I hope you understand me!

Your command: regsvr32 yourdllfile    (Install dll)
              regsvr32 /u yourdllfile (UnInstall dll)
That method include ocx files registration.
If you have problem send e-mail.
My mail adress:vkamci@netscape.net
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