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which DLL's are needed for OLE (GRID32.OCX)

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I have an VC 4.2 application, using the OLE control GRID32.OCX. When making the release flopies, I used the
'dumpbin.exe' utility to check the required IMPORTS for the
EXE and for GRID32.OCX. However, when installing on other systems, not all required DLL's were present (in case of
GRID32.OCX, I needed in addtion MSVCIRT.DLL and OLEPRO32.DLL). But I am still now sure: do I now have all DLLs, which are required ?
Is there any utility/documentation listing required DLL's
RELIABLE (I could not find anything in VC Help or MS Knowledge base).
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Yes, you can determine which DLLs any program uses by using a shareware utility I wrote. Check out http://www.slip.net/~thui. Then checkout the shareware link.

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