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Ark,

I would like to thank you with ADDITIONAL points for all the effort, extra help, and insights you've provided me along the way in solving the problem posed in  "http:Q.20155850.html" regarding DLL calling code, and other issues as well.  Thank you very, very much!!  I'm sorry I wasn't able to accept your solution earlier, but when I first posed the question, I had no idea there would be a difference between 'ActiveX' dll's and standard dll's.  I have been challenged to learn much thru this exercise.  Thank you again for all your expertise!!!  (:->)

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Thanks again for points. If you have more questions you're welcome!

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