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HI,
     i am trying to use hierarchical flex grid control in my project. I had added the control to my VC project. I have the following statements in my stdafx.h
     // i found them by viewing mshflxgd.ocx through ole viewer
     #import <msdatsrc.tlb> named_guids
     #import <mshflxgd.ocx> named_guids
     
     But i am getting compilation errors in mshflxgd.tlh like "syntax error : missing ';' before identifier 'CellPicture'...."  
     
     How do i solve this???
     
     Thanks in advance
     Karthik
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Forget using the #import statement.  Its a bit more intuitive to use Class Wizard, create a new class from the tlb or ocx.  The new class will be derived from COleDispatchDriver.
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