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Using the FlexGrid ActiveX Control in VBA

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I am developing an application in Excel VBA, and I would like to use the FlexGrid control on a user form.   I am able to get the icon for the FlexGrid control to appear in my Toolbox, but when I drag it over to the form, I get the error "The control could not be created because it is not properly licensed".   Is it possible to use this control in VBA, and if so, how do I obtain the proper license?
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Well, that's a bummer, but I was afraid that was the answer.   thank you for the links.
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