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how to call VB form,from VC++ using MFC
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by:dhodge
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put vb.exe as the debug command line
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I assume that you would like to dock a Visual Basic form in an MFC view.

Visual Basic does not export forms.
So the only way to use a 'Visual Basic'-form in C++ is to create an ActiveX Control in Visual Basic.

This control can then be used with MFC/ATL or whatever, and you will get the 'form-in-view'-feeling.

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