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Referencing UDF(s) in a VB.NET project

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Hello,

Does anyone have an idea on how to reference User Defined Functions created in the autoit to a VB.NET Project?

I'm having issues calling on any of the .dll's that are available - "Please make sure that the file is accessible, and that it is a valid assembly or COM component"

Anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this?

Thanks in advance for any advice!

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Why did you open a second thread dealing with the same question? Stick to one thread, you already have answers in that one.


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