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Can I run a VB5 32-bit application in Windows for Workgroups (3.11) with Win32s installed?

If so, **how** can I do this?

I read in "Visual Basic 5 Secrets" by Harold Davis that "it's possible using VB5 to target Win32s API....Generally, only modest source-code tweaking is required." But, he didn't explain clearly and explicitly how this could be done.
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It could run without eve a slitest modification or will not run at all.  You'll have to find somebody with that kind of setup to try it.
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go to here...
hopefully this will answer your question

http://www.apexsc.com/vb/qa/qa10.html
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