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displaying animated gif

Posted on 2000-05-07
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I know i'd be a lamer if i'd ask for a serial for the animated gif ocx,
So does anybody has another suggestion or another ocx that is *freeware*.
I don't need it very much but i would be pleased if i'd get one.
mark@markvt.org
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if you are interested, you can go to project -> components and click the microsoft internet controls checkbox and click OK. then there will be a small globe in your toolbox (the webbroswer control), stick it on  your form and make it whatever size you need.  to view the gif use thise code:


Private Sub Form_Load()
   Webbrowser1.Navigate "C:\mypath\mygif.gif"

End Sub
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