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Default Find and Replace Dialog Boxes

I've seen in the MSDN Library an explanation of the Find and Replace Dialog Boxes as part of the Common Dialog Box Library; however, does anyone know if this works within a rich text activex for A2K? I'm looking for an working example of this as described in the MSDN Library. Can anyone help me with this? The library page is located at:


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