Using MS Agent in VB

Hello ,
    I am trying to use "Office Assistant" in my VB Application ... I don't know what all the API Calls I need to Make ??? for example if we ask for help in MS Word.. a little guy will come ( Office Assistant ) and asks "type a question" .. etc.. I am trying to do the same in VB .. can any one send me the sample code

Thanks
kittuGAsked:
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kittuGAuthor Commented:
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GordonpCommented:
You can download an activeX component for MS Agent from the microsoft website.

Theres a couple of good coded examples provided. unfortunately I cant remember the URL but if you search the MS site for Agent its top of the list.

GordonP
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kittuGAuthor Commented:
I am trying to find MS Agent on the Web, but I didn't got Suceeded ..
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GordonpCommented:
try

http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/c-frame.htm?929066716826#/workshop/imedia/agent/default.asp&RLD=79

it reports that the page has been moved but if you use the Table of Contents at the Left of the screen it takes you to the right pages.

Gordon
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