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Reading, and extracting files from Zip files from VB

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How can I read and extract files from zip file from within VB?
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You need a OCX utility called xceed zip active X. This has been around for years and works fine.

There's a few free ones out there too if you have the time to find out

http://www.pcworlddownload.com/development-tools/compression/WinZip-Compatible-Compression.htm


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Thanks for that. Guess I should have searched a little harder eh?
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