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Excel OCX

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Submitted on: 9/25/2017 9:19:00 PM
By: Frank Kusluski 
Level: Advanced
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Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Excel OCX is a FREE powerful ActiveX Control written in Visual Basic 6.0 (ensuring maximum compatibility, ease-of-use and effectiveness) which contains a smorgasborg of functions to exchange data between Excel and Visual Basic, create professional looking reports in Excel, and much much more.

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				To add the Excel OCX component to your Visual Basic 6.0 project:
1) Load Visual Basic 6.0.
2) From the Project Menu select "Components...”
3) Select component "Excel_OCX" and click the OK Button. The component should appear in
your toolbar.
4) Double-click on the component in the toolbar to add to a Visual Basic form.
For download information and more details on how to integrate in your VB project please see the PDF file.

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