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VC++ and ActiveX Microsoft Web Browser

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Why, when a I put and ActiveX Microsoft Web Browser component on my dialog
(e.g. CBrowserDlg) and then call DoModal() dialog doesn't appear and
DoModal() reasult -1 ? Should I register somehow this ActiveX in my project?

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Jul 23 '05 #2

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Zawa wrote:
Why, when a I put and ActiveX Microsoft Web Browser component on my dialog
(e.g. CBrowserDlg) and then call DoModal() dialog doesn't appear and
DoModal() reasult -1 ? Should I register somehow this ActiveX in my project?


Why, when there are ActiveX programming newsgroups and MFC programming
newsgroups and MS Windows programming newsgroups, specifically created
for these questions, do we get those posts here, in a _language_ forum?
Jul 23 '05 #3

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Sorry, my mistake ...
Jul 23 '05 #4

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Zawa wrote:
Why, when a I put and ActiveX Microsoft Web Browser component on my dialog
(e.g. CBrowserDlg) and then call DoModal() dialog doesn't appear and
DoModal() reasult -1 ? Should I register somehow this ActiveX in my project?

Make sure you do OLEInitialize or something appropriate if you're going
to use COM/ActiveX in your app.
Jul 23 '05 #5

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