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Hi,

I want to develop a windowless ActiveX user control using C#. Can anyone suggest about the procedure?
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by:Minh Võ Công
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Thanks for the link, but I need to develop a windowless ActiveX, that is not explained over there.
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Thanks for the link, but I need to develop a windowless ActiveX, that is not explained over there.
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The first link details how to create an activex based on a user control (window).
You say that isn't suitable because you want windowless.

My suggestion.  Follow that first example almost exactly - just choose a non window as the base object.


ps.  A quick google search about windowless activex throws up lots of hits about the error message 'windowless activex not supported'.
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Hi AndyAinscow, can you please elaborate the point "just choose a non window as the base object".
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In that link instead of choosing 'user control' as a base choose something else that is more suitable for you.
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