How to use an ActiveX in VB6

There are two ways to reference an ActiveX in Visual Basic 6.0.  The first is to select “Project–>References” from the VB6 menu.  The second way is to select “Project–>Components…” from the VB6 menu. Important:  You should do one or the other, but not both. Which do you choose?   Use “Project–>References” …

Updating an ActiveX DLL

Question: I have several of your programs installed on many machines. The problem is that some of these are older file DLL’s that need updating. What is the easiest way to update a DLL? If I run the .msi install, I just end up with two version of the DLL …