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There are several Windows API functions to deal with OLE.  What needs to be done to deal with Collection arrays.  I am using some c code which seems to handle everything but collections.  I have some c code which I can share if required.  I am not using MFC or Borlands equivlant (API only).
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Tell us a bit more about your collection arrays...
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The best documentation I have found is at:

http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/techart/msdn_ddjole.htm

This is a complete (sort of! :-) description of OLE2 <<BEFORE>> MFC and other wrappers.

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