Remove ActiveX from VC++ project

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    Remove ActiveX from VC++ project

    Can anybody please tell me how to completely remove activeX control from project ?

    I have developed project using MS VC++, "MFC ActiveX ControlWizard".

    I know how to add ActiveX controls into the project and I have already added one control in to my project. But now I want to remove it from project. I have even searched for that around net but don't get solution.

    Hope for solution from you.....

    Thanxs
    Chintan R Naik

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    Here are the steps for removing a COM object from a project.

    - Remove *.h
    - Remove COM object from object map (BEGIN_OBJECT_MAP)
    - Remove IDL code
    - Remove COM object registry information from *.rc file
    - Remove *.h, *.cpp, and *.rgs files from project

    Kuphryn

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    Is this proper way to remove ActiveX from project?
    Chintan R Naik

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