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Wrapping an API Dialog within my own control

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I would like to wrap an API dialog within the borders of my own control, rather than have it
appear on screen as an independent window.

I'm dealing specifically with the SHBrowseForFolder API, but I'm thinking there is probably
a generic way to force any API Dialog into a "container" on the parent form.

Thanks.
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Look for dfsBrowseDirectoryDlg v.2.60 in http://sodev.webzdarma.cz/show.php?page=Forms&la=en.  I think it is free.
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