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When I try to put the Common DIalog control onto a form I get the error:
License information for this component not found.  You do not have the appropriate license to use this functionality in the design environment.  I have win 98, and VB6 (Working model edition)
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About the control license information.
On your VB cd there is a registry file named vbctrls.reg in the VB5.0\tools\Controls directory.
Insert this reg file in the registry by double clicking. That should solve the problem.

See also
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/downloads/download.asp?ID=078
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