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how To change CLSID of An Active-X Dll

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I have prepared an Active-X dll using ATL.It has automatically generated a UUID as uuid(7C162D13-9505-42D7-9DF7-6B49ECB73689).Now I want to change the CLSID of the Dll.How to Do that???????
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Get GUIDGEN.EXE From C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\Common\Tools

Generate and copy it.

Paste it intothe .idl file appropriate place.

Good Luck
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