You determine the name of the ActiveX control object when you create it.

In a Visual Basic form
When you drag a control onto a Visual Basic form, the first control is given a name based on your Reflection product. For example, if you add a Reflection for HP control, the first control is named R1winCtrl1, the second control R1winCtrl2, and so on. (Note that the default name for the first control has the letter "l" followed by the number "1".) You can change the default name by editing the control's Name property.

In a Web page
You give the control object a name when you define it.

 For example, the following code defines a Reflection for HP control object with the name R1winCtrl: (Click here for information about ClassIDs for other Reflection products.)

  <OBJECT ID ="R1winCtrl"