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Summary: ActiveX late binding (ThumbCtl class example)
Language: C#
Author: Rafał Ziółkowski
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Culture: en-GB
Bytes: 575
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1. Create wrapper asseblies using aximp.exe, ie.
aximp.exe c:\windows\system32\WEBVW.dll
2. You will get two files AxWEBVWLib.dll and  AxWEBVWLib.dll, add reference to your project to AxWEBVWLib.dl file
3. Use your activex like specified bellow
// Create new wrapper instance
AxWEBVWLib.AxThumbCtl axctl = new AxWEBVWLib.AxThumbCtl();
// Add object to specific window (control)
// Set dock style
axctl.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;
// use OCX control methods (here we create thumbnail for our jpg file)

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