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Posted on 2002-06-27
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How can I get a licence to use the data bound grid control (dbgrid32.ocx) in the design environment?
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Question by:mutrus
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by:jmgs082598
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Hi Mutrus.
In your VB6 cd, seek for dbg*.reg.
get import this file to registry.
after this, dbgrid32 is registred.
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by:hollstar
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emoreau : I had the same problem as this guy and that file, fixed it no worries !
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by:mutrus
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Spot on - thanks
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