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We are currently involoved in VB2 to VB5 migration project.
In VB2,  the clients have used Grid.Vbx.  If we open the form in VB5 directly and save it, it becomes a Pixture Box. We have tried using MSFlexGrid.ocx and modified the code. Is there a way by which we could avoid this MSFlexGrid and use Grid32.ocx.  
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Pl answer ASAP
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Sure as long as it is a 32 bit ocx.
Goto project/components. Choose browse, select the OCX file.
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Actually when we did browsed the Projects/components,  we did not find Grid32.OCX in VB 5.0.  Is it available in VB4.0 ?
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