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VB4/5 Controls Licenses for VB6/.NET

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Hello,

I have the task to upgrade an old vb5 application that uses pnl controls not in vb6. I'm getting a license error in vb6 when I try to debug the application. How do I resolve the license issue and use these controls in vb6/.net?

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You need to run VBCTRLS.REG , found on Visual studio (6) CD #3: COMMON/TOOLS/CONTROLS
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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;177799
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