I'm working on my first ActiveX DLL in Visual Basic. Not knowing any better, I kept compiling it, open a test VB project that called the DLL, and ran my tests on the DLL that way. I was peppering the DLL code with msgbox and log print statements to debug portions of it because I couldn't fathom how to test it otherwise.
I then noticed the RUN arrow sitting up there while editting the DLL code. I clicked it and it prompted me to ask which executable I wanted to use the test the DLL. I thought this was GREAT!
But after filling in all the prompts and running it, it bombed because I forgot to add some run-line parameters with the executable name....
QUESTION: How do I bring up that dialog box to change the executable to test the DLL? I swear I clicked on everything I could find.