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i need the winwrap.h and winwrap.lib. Anybody can say me where i can get it?
Thanks.
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You can order it from Polar Engineering and Consulting
http://www.kenai.com
or from Sax Software
http://www.saxsoft.com
I strongly recommend the WinWrap (or SaxBasic) component
for implementing a VBA language in your program.
I have used it myself for about a year and it's worth
every penny.
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