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I use wizard manager to create a wizard, but looks like it creates an activeX dll for me, and I don't know how to run and take a look at my wizard!  I want to put the wizard in my vb standard exe application, so how do I call an active dll from my app?  
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I am not sure whether this completly solves your problem but you can use an ActiveX dll by setting a reference to it. Choose references from the project menu.
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You first have to register it using regsvr32.exe (it's in \windows\system).

Start a new project, go to the components menu (right click on the toolbox), and your dll will be one of the options.  Select it and click OK.

Now you can place an instance of your dll on your form, and use it however you want.
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