Don’t set the MousePointer in an OLE DLL unless absolutely necessary. The in-process OLE server can not retrieve the current mouse pointer, so there is no way to set it back to what the application expects. If you must set the MousePointer in an in-process OLE server, always return it to the default value before returning to the client application. If the client application has a different MousePointer set, it is then responsible for returning it to a desired value after calling the server property or method.
What We Should Expect from Cell Phone Tech in the Near Future
The earliest cell phones included boxy designs full of buttons and antennas, and they only made calls. Needless to say, we’ve come a long way from those classic brick phones