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Default ASP VB and DLL!!

HI i'm trying to create a grid like structure 4*4 on an asp page using the dll to create and recognise the elements in the grid and then the asp to display the gird, going to return a string from the dll which will create a table on the asp page, and have elements on within the table.
i need to know where everything is on the table and be able to reference it asuch for example
a 4*4 grid showing pictures of places
then a question that could ask
i'm in the school
if i travel 1 sq north
2 sqs south
where will i be?

will need to randomly generate the grid each time so also need to be able to create valid questions to ask!
any help greatly appreciated if you want a copy of what i've done i could mail it to you!
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