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Using Wasp BarCode Software with Visual Basic 6

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We have a VB6 program consisting of numerous forms.  For years we have been using the Wasp Barcode software BCDC32.OCX on some of our forms.  When in the Visual Basic editor design mode with a Windows 7 64 bit machine, we cannot load these forms. Everthing works fine with a Windows 7 32 bit machine.  After contacting Wasp, they say that they no longer support this product and have no plans to create a 64 bit version of the OCX.

Question is does anyone have a soultion or work around for this OCX or is there another product out there that would do the job?

By the way, once our program is complied to an executable .EXE, it works fine on both 32 and 64 bit Windows 7 machines.

Would appreciate any help that is out there.
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