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Placing Extra in a windows form

Placing Extra in a windows form

Placing Extra in a windows form

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Hello All,

I am attempting to place an extra session in a VB windows form similar to the C# example on attachmates website but I just can't get it to work.

here is the example I refered to:
http://download2.attachmate.com/fileinfo.asp?filename=SetParentCSharp.zip

I am an entry level programer so if you can help break this down for me I would greatly appreaciate it.

My end goal is to have it inserted inside the form and then be able to interact with it via buttons and text fields located on the form.

RE: Placing Extra in a windows form

(OP)
Here is my 1st problem, the example from attachmate references a file Extra.  I cant find that anywhere.  I am assuming it would be Extra.dll but I do not have that file in my E!E2K folder

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