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Adding .NET dll as reference to VB6

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I have a VB6 program and would like to use methods of a DLL in this program.  But this is .NET DLL.
Can I add a .NET dll as reference to my VB6 program? If yes, can you please guide me how to do it.
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Yes you can
When creating the DLL in .NET set the property of the project "Register for COM InterOp" to True
it is a checkbox in the property pages

Then you can access it in VB6 by adding a reference to it as you do with other DLLs

For detailed info see

http://www.buygold.net/v07n04/v07n04.html
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cool..
After I have referenced .net dll in my vb6, can I use its methods/funtions?
Or do it need to wirte any code within my vb6 to access the functionalities of referenced .net dll
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You'll need to create an object of the class in the DLL and call the methods of course...
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