can't find the dll in project\reference

Posted on 2003-03-05
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I have created an ActiveX DLL but It cannot be found in Project\Reference.  Even I register the DLL(by regsvr32), the same problem is resulted.  

OS is Windows 2000 Professional
Visual Studio 6 + Service Pack 5

Thanks for your kind help in advance!

Question by:mikekkl
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navneet77 earned 280 total points
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The refeence lists the names according to the Description given when compiling the dll. So if you are searching for the dll name it might be missing. I am sure you will find the dll you just need to go through the list carefully and see the dll name which appears at the bottom.

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Hi all,
your are right!
Thanks a lot for your kind help.
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Moderator, my recommended disposition is:

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