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Making a dll file using VB

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Hello,
I have my VB code and I would like to make the file a DLL is that possible?
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Go to project properties, and select ActiveXdll as the project type.

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Dear SuperCoder,
I am sure when Microsoft can make a Dll then why don't you ;-) It is very much possible in Visual Basic. You have to start a new project with ActiveDll type.
Goto File option and click New Project, the dialog box will ask you that which type of project do you want to have. Opting for the ActiveDll will solve your problem.

I hope it will help you to enter the nasty world of DLL. Thanks!
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Thanks for the points....glad I could help
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