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Posted on 1998-11-23
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I want to use the IShellPropSheetExt interface to implement a property page shell extension for a registered file extension.  To do this, I appear to have to get into C and use resources etc.  Is there a way of doing this from Delphi?  Alternatively, I have Microsoft VC++ 5 and could probably hack some simple example code into shape.  Does anybody have any such code?
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See [YourDelphiPath]\demos\shellext, hope you can get all you want.
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The examples in <DELPHI>\demos\activex\shellext only contain examples for context menu shell extensions.  I need to do a property sheet extension (ie. add a page to the file properties dialog - right click on a file and select "Properties").
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