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IShellWindowsPtr strange. (Running out of points. Sorry!)

Posted on 2001-08-26
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Why can't i use:
IShellWindowsPtr m_spSHWinds ?
The compiler complains of missing GetCount() but when i list the members in the quick list i can se it there.
Please help.

Sorry about the small amount of points.

Regards
Andla



#include <comdef.h>
#include <exdisp.h>
#include <mshtml.h>

//#import <mshtml.dll> // Internet Explorer 4.0x
#import <mshtml.tlb> // Internet Explorer 5
#import <shdocvw.dll>



void main(void)
{
OleInitialize (NULL);

//IShellWindowsPtr m_spSHWinds;
SHDocVw::IShellWindowsPtr m_spSHWinds;


m_spSHWinds.CreateInstance(__uuidof(SHDocVw::ShellWindows));
long nCount = m_spSHWinds->GetCount();

OleUninitialize();
}
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This is often a sign of using an old version of the SDK.  I'd suggest you download the latest SDK from MSDN and make sure your compiler is using those header files first and the linker is linking those libs first.
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Thanks Jhance!
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