This has me very bewildered! I wrote a vb5 program a couple years ago on my laptop. I have compiled it many times and edited it many times using the vb5 editor. I upgraded to Windows 10 on that computer and was still able to use and edit the program. That laptop had some issues a few weeks ago and so I had to buy a new computer. I loaded this program as well as all the others I have written in vb5 and was able to continue as I had with the old computer with all the other programs. With the one program where I was using the tab control, I keep getting a message that I do not have a license to use this control! I have done research and not come up with a viable solution to the problem. The compiled .exe program will work and uses the tabs just fine but I cannot load and edit the uncompiled version of the program. Is there a solution to this dilemma? I am at my wits ends as to what to do and am completely baffled because this all worked fine on the other laptop working in the same environment. Please help if you can!
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