Embedding an ActiveX object is similar to including an image within a document. An embedded control (or more correctly, an embedded instance of a control) is usually a user-interface element, like the examples shown in figure 1.
Examples of embedded controls (These are not ActiveX controls, however)
The embedded ActiveDSO object looks like a simple black rectangle. Right-clicking over the object opens the context menu shown in figure 2. With the embedded control it is possible to make a connection to a scope and import a screen image into your application.
Right-clicking the embedded ActiveDSO control
Sample subroutine that is called when clicking the “Click Me” button.