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Hi Sirs,

please provide me with any OCX (s) can be found on the net which make help and good performance in programming with VB6.
I need full links, please

your help is completely appreciated.
 
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u need to create a help thing.

Use:

Microsoft HTML Help Workshop

or

http://www.danish-shareware.dk/soft/shelpm/
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this answer is not helpful
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u dont use ocx's to make help. u just create either an old .hlp file usign the ms help workshop and link it up usign the
HelpCOntextId property of different controls.

The same applies when u make a .chm using the ms HTML help workshop.

what xactly do u neeD?
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this some ex. of what i need:

1) i downloaded from the net a program install an ocx called vbskinner which  give me a control makes my form looks like XP form whenever i put it in the form

2) and also i downloaded from the net a program install an ocx help me in resizing my form...

then if someone knows something like that, please help.
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