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Saurabh.Garg6-Nov-08 19:52 
Okay let me explain by an analogy.

Let's say you have 100 BMP files. If you ask what type of files I have? Then asnwer is simple they all are BMP files and are no different to each other in that sense. But you can still categorize them based on their "content". You can have family photos, vacation photos, etc.

In the same way all DLL's are PE files. But based on what they "do" you can categorize them. If a DLL contain code for acting as an ActiveX control then you can loosely call it ActiveX DLL, just as you would call a family photo. If a code contains bunch of C funcitons you might call it utility DLL.

The APP wizard's function is to generate code based on the template you choose. So if you choose MFC ActiveX Control the App Wizard will generate the code which can be compiled into a DLL which will provide the functionality of a ActiveX controls and it will use MFC as well.

Hope this clears things up.

-Saurabh
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