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What is the dll for ImageCombo (Windows 7)

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Dim WithEvents ImageCombo As ImageCombo

I am having a message that "cannot find project or library" on the line above. In Windows XP it works fine, but I am having problems with Windows 7.
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It's contained in the Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0 library (MSCOMCTL.OCX)
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I have this control already referenced in VB. Why I am getting the error that "cannot find project or library"?
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Hmm. It works for me in Windows 7 (32 bit). Can you put a control on to the form at design time?
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"Can you put a control on to the form at design time?" What do you mean by that?
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"Can you put a control on to the form at design time?" ... Yes, I can!
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Can you select the control in the Toolbox, and draw an ImageCombo control on a form in the usual way?
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Do you have any item labelled as MISSING in the project references?
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