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Default Error 430: Class does not support Automation

I have an ActiveX control written in VB6 that works fine in a VB6-based application. However, if I try to use it inside of Excel, I get the error "Error 430: Class does not support Automation or does not support expected interface" whenever I try to access a method or property of the control.

It does show up correctly inside a form, and is functional if I don't try to access the properties (which, of course, if useless).

I cannot seem to find anything on the web that doesn't mention ADO/MDAC (or some variation), which this project should not rely on.

It does not seem to be missing any dependencies.


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