Before inserting an ActiveX
object, first determine which of the following applies:
||The control is to be used as an independent GUI control
||The control will enable the user to view and manipulate column
values stored in the application database.
In the second case, you should
create an ActiveX Control Column rather than inserting an ActiveX
To insert an ActiveX control
in a USoft application:
||In the Windows Designer, open the window class in which you
want to use the control.
||If necessary, select the control or control group within which
you want to use the ActiveX control.
||On the Controls tab page of the , expand the ActiveX Control
node. Place the cursor on the ActiveX control class you want to
use. If it is not there, copy or download it onto your machine
first, and re-start the Windows Designer.
||(Recommended: ) From the catalog, make a subclass of this
control, and rename the subclass to a manageable name such as
||Drag-and-drop the control or the user-defined subclass from the
catalog onto the design view.