changing registry values

I need to add a key to the Microsoft Excel directory in the registry.  Everything that I have tried so far just places the new key under the VB and VBA program information.  

What I ultimately need to do is place this value under the startup key in the Excel folder in the registry.  Any feedback or suggestions would be welcome but please don't be too fast to answer unless you absolutely have the answer.
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tkuppinenAsked:
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Erick37Commented:
Registry and INI file module functions:

http://www.thescarms.com/vbasic/Registry.htm
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VBGuruCommented:
To do this you got to use API function, you can checkout the sample applications at
http://www.vb-world.net/registry/
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tkuppinenAuthor Commented:
VB Guru,

Eirck37's comment was first and led to better information.  Thank you anyway though.

Erick37,

Thanks for the help this code does the trick just fine.
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tkuppinenAuthor Commented:
I am accepting Erick37's comment aasd an answer.
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VBGuruCommented:
ok
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