Registering an OCX in Win 7

In the Win7 command prompt window, what is the correct command that will register an old WinXP VB6 OCX ?
Norma PosyPhysicistAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Use regsvr32 filename and see if that works. VB6 is very old and it may not work. Here is a Microsoft support article to assist you.

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Start|Run|type regsvr32 Filename.ocx  Enter
Norma PosyPhysicistAuthor Commented:
Thank you both.

Actually, this is a legacy VB6 program that includes a third-party spell checker from the folks at  Vsspell. Uses vsspell.ocx

A version without the spell checker runs fine on Win7.

I'm sure Vsspell would have a latest version of their spell checker available for the later versions of windows, but it seems easier to just register the one I have in hand.

- - Norma
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
You are welcome.
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