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Where to find VFW32.DLL ?

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I want to use the AVIFile Functions metioned in the W32 SDK.
I write a program and include vfw.h as well as windows.h.
When linking my program I get the message that vfw32.dll is
needed in order to complete the linking. I've looked for this file all over the WWW and It seems to me that it doesn't exist. Perhaps a library file such as vfw32.lib would do as well.
What is my mistake or where can I find those files?
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Give me your e-mail address and I'll send to you vfw32.lib file.
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Well, that would be perfect. My eMail address is fbreuer@geocities.com

I await your reply!
Felix Breuer
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