creating a dll


I´m creating a dll in vb to use after in vba. When in VBA I use Private Declare Function name Lib "xx" () as string

It tells me when I call to that function that it doesn´t found the dll.

I have read in some articles made by Ron Petrusha that you can´t do this, that you must change the link.exe and create after a .def file.

I know that I would use the dll importing in references the dll and calling this function. But I don´t want to do this.

Has anyone change the link.exe file ?¿?
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Carl TawnSystems and Integration DeveloperCommented:
You don't need to use declare for DLL's created with VB, they are ActiveX. As long as the DLL is registered on the machine you can create an object of a class contained within it by simply using:

   Set obj = CreateObject("YourProject.YourClass")

Or, if you add a reference:

   Set obj = new YourProject.YourClass

Hope this helps.

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1469Author Commented:
Yes but the problem here it´s that I have to registry if I have in a pc the dll in one path and the other in other path ¿?¿? I guess that is easier to have a common dll than this stuff
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