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Making an activex application for the browser?

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How can I do this? I've searched up and down for a tutorial but no luck.  

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After creating an ActiveX control just run it. A dialog box will appear. Click OK. VB will automatically create HTML page and launch default Internet Browser with this page. Copy the OBJECT tag from this HTML page and Paste it in your Web App.
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Thank you. That was easy enough. One more quick question- how do I go about packaging it for distribution?
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Use Package and Deployment Wizard Add-In for this. This will be located in Add-In menu. In case its not there, Load this Add-In using Add-In Manager from the same menu.
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