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Posted on 2000-03-16
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When I compiling a program, VC5 tells me some error like this:
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Compiling...
Iacc.cpp
F:\abc.h(51) : error C2065: 'IWebBrowser2' : undeclared identifier
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I think some liberary are not include in my project, I want to know 'IWebBrowser2' declare in which  head file or how can I Import IE controls ActiveX to my project?


I am using Visual C++ 5.0
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Question by:cookey
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by:nicholso
ID: 2625473
Well, the first thing you should do is load the project and try to find the definition of IWebBrowser2. You can probably right-click on it and select, "find definition" or something like that.

You are probably right that you just haven't included a certain library. I'm not familar with that control, I assume it's a microsoft control?

According to the online help, you need to include the file Exdisp.h.
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by:loumf
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you need to include the file that defines the type IWebBrowser2

The help files say to include exdisp.h  to get it.
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wardkd earned 10 total points
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I'm assuming that you are trying to compile an existing VC6 project, as IWebBrowser2 is a struct defined in VC6
(defined in commdef.h)

It's not available in VC5
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