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how do embed a flash movie or banner on a C++ application? i have set the activeX to shockwave button but i dunno how to run it..
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This is how you do it.

1) Add a new Flash object to the dialog resource if you have a dialogue based app.  (It is so much easier if you do btw).
2) Right click it, select class wizard and add a new member variable for it (say m_flash).  Let VC++ create the wrapper class.
3) In the OnInitDialog() or similar, call

m_flash.SetMovie("<path to your flash movie");// Note can even be an online flash fiile
m_flash.Play();
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