COM Component in Visual C++ 6 Macro

Hi.  Is it possible to reference and use a COM/ActiveX component in a VB macro for Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0?  If so, how?  Thanks.
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ikeworkCommented:
sure:

Public Sub Demo()
{
    Dim Excel

    Set Excel = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
}

good luck :)
ike
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Dariusz DziaraProgrammerCommented:
Likely the component itself has to be automation component, what means it must to implement dual COM interfaces (derived from IDispatch) and to use automation data types (no structures as parameters for example). It is usually true for script languages.
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Deepu AbrahamR & D Engineering ManagerCommented:
All the COM components derived from IDispathch (Automation Server) can be called from the VB script.CreateObject() function will do the trick.

Best Regards,
Deepu
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