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Change   MS Win Common Control from V: 5   to  V: 6

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Hallo Everybody

I have made a bigger Porject with VB 5 / WIN 98  and the
MS-Windows Common Control Version 5.0 (SP2) OCX.
(Sliders, progress-bar,......)


Now I am using  VB 5 and WIN XP.
When I want to load the old project WIN XP did not acept the Common Control Version 5. The message "No valid licence "  appears.

I would like to use  Version 6.
Version 6 is acepted by Win XP.

How can I convert my project to Version 6.

Thank you
      thomas
   
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