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Reading LNK-files

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Hello

I wonder if there is a way in Delphi 3, to open, read and change an LNK-file.
Thanx in advance.
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here
http://www.worldnet.net/~cycocrew/delphi/components.html

you will find a component called TPBShellLink wich will do this for you
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