After registering OCX, how to "tell" VB program to refresh the Control?

For example Calendar control using MSCAL.OCX
If I have two version of MSCAL.OCX ie 8.0 and 11.0
Version 11.0 is under
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\MSCAL.OCX"
Version 8.0 is under

After I do a
regsvr32 /u "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\MSCAL.OCX"
regsvr32 "C:\WINDOWS\system32\MSCAL.OCX"
(To unregister Version 11.0 and register Version 8.0)

Is there a systematic way to "tell" VB program to refresh the Control in order to reflect the updated version?
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Not that I know of but if you close your project and reopen it you should get the control that is currently registered.

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You may be able to rename one of them, register it and have both at your disposal.
Leo EikelmanDirector, IT and Business DevelopmentCommented:
Why would you want to do this?  It is basically bad programming.  

Register all your components before starting the application.

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#1, Close the Visual Studio
#2. Start your project again
#3. Go to the Project | Components
#4. Uncheck the Calendar Control
#5. Then click BROWSE to select your new MSCAL.OCX
Leo EikelmanDirector, IT and Business DevelopmentCommented:
or... don't load your dll while the application is open (because it's a bad practice) and just open your application once your dll is loaded and use the newly loaded component.

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