How to Dll Register by vb command prompt Tags: How To Command Prompt DLL Apps Last response: March 16, 2013 1:24 PM in Apps General Discussion Share vikashpatel9811 March 14, 2013 11:36:35 AM I Have 15 dll and i want to make exe for register a dll by vb 6.0 command prompt,because i donot want to use a manual regsvr32 More about : dll register command prompt TenPc March 16, 2013 1:24:51 PM Create a userform that the user uses to register the dll's. You still need to use the "regsvr32" reference in you code, though. You could use a load option to list the dll's then the user selects which ones to register (or all of them). Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedA while back, I dragged command prompt onto my desktop, deleted it, made a new one, and now it doesn't work how it used to! He Forum SolvedHow to run a command prompt for this Forum SolvedHow to get out of safe mode in Windows 8 using command prompt Forum SolvedHow can remotely lock computer via command prompt Forum SolvedHow to Run Recovery Partition in Command Prompt.(when drive C: is completely deleted) Forum Solvedhow can I get to command prompt in win 7 without safe mode or a reset disc using just my keyboard Forum Solvedhow to change dynamic to basic hard disk while using command prompt Forum Solvedhow do I get my command prompt to work Forum SolvedHow to Factory Reset via Command Prompt Forum how to run cdrom with command prompt Forum how to get a command prompt without an OS on computer Forum SolvedHow to save command prompt screen content to text file Forum How to use safe mode command prompt windows 8 without start up Forum how to Check disk using command prompt on window 7 Forum How do I change the Windows xp os name without any programs or a command prompt? Forum how to recover data if formatted by command prompt?. Forum how to retrieve files in hard disk d using command prompt Forum how to use gmail to send messages from command prompt? Forum how to know os installed drive in command prompt (xp) Forum how to show command prompt Forum More resources !