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Creating VB controls at Runtime

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How can I create a Runtime command button that can handle the click event? I tried using other controls, such as DTPicker, with the VBControlExtender and it worked properly. But I had to find one of the parameters manually in the Windows Registry for the DTPicker. Where can I find the key in the Registry for my Runtime command button as said before???

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