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Urgent! UserControl Won't Fire Up

Posted on 2000-03-02
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I created a User Control (ActiveX Control).
athen I add a Standard project to test/debug it.

The problem is, It always startup the Microsoft Internet explorer displaying the picture of the Control, Instead of start up my testing project.

I have done this before and it works fine.

What is the problem?   It has to be a simple setting thing but I could not find it.  I am awarding 300 point for a quick answer
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by:samopal
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Right-click on your test project and select "Set as Start Up"

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by:Joebob
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When you create an ActiveX object, you need to do the following.
   1) Open project properties
   2) Switch to the debugging tab.
   3) Select Start program and
      enter the path to your test prog.
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samopal,
Thanks for the comments. Please lock the question to claim your points.
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