Do you need to create an ActiveX control for you VFP app? Are you adding functionality to your VFP app though .Net? Are you migrating your VFP app to .Net, but can’t move the entire app at one time? The Forms Interop Toolkit was developed to assist you in all these scenarios. I’ve just published a new paper, Integrating .Net Winforms with Visual FoxPro that show how to use the Toolkit to do all this. As an added bonus, the paper also shows how to COM-enable a WPF control and use it on a VFP form.