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No. The problem is that although Visual Basic can be used to create ActiveX dlls, it cannot be used to create a standard windows DLL such as Visual C++ can.
SilkTest cannot interact with a non-standard windows DLL and will return an error message informing that it is not a standard Windows image. At present SilkTest will only work with standard windows DLL"s written using VC++.