Making Visual Basic created ActiveX controls self-registering
I am a technical writer who is learning enough VB to be able to design more
user-centered interactive content or to prototype interfaces to explore possible
I created a tabstrip control to present interactive content in the Windows
HTML-Help browser, it works great,but is not a "built-in control." I would
love to make the tabstrip self-registering on the client-side on loading
to minimize the burden on my users.
Is it possible to do this through the VB Developer environment?
What are the general steps? Is there a good reference?
Thanks so much,
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