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4. Copy also the other dlls from the iMacrosComponent\Bin folder to your project's bin\configuration folder. There are 10 dlls altogether. They are necessary during runtime.
5. Now you are ready to add an iMacrosControl to your form. The iMacrosControl cannot be added in the designer. Use the factory method iMacrosControl.Create() to instantiate an iMacrosControl object in your code. Add it to the form's or a panel's controls (see sample projects).
Okay, I need some help, step by step where is bin\configuration folder I could only find project bin\debug
Also how do I do step 5, I need pictures, I don't know much about .net. Can I have an example of how to instantiate an Imacroscontrol object in code?
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The documentation is not very clear on this, but when it says "bin\configuration" what is really meant is the name of the build configuration, like "Debug", "Release", or whatever. So assuming you are working with the Debug project configuration, the folder you need to manually copy the DLLs to would be "bin\Debug".