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free ActiveX clock for a form

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I am looking for a free activeX control for a realtime clock.  The calendars I have seen are pretty nice.  An analog or nice looking clock would look great.

I don't want to do the label/timer solution for a clock.

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JOe K.
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Thanks for your reply,

Those clocks are based off of labels and textboxes.  I was hoping for something that would be more "animated"

Thanks,
JOe K.
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Humm ... I thought the Pedro Gil was an Ax Control.

I have seen one somewhere ...

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