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When I try to use the setup wizard, a popup screen asks "where is your ole2ui.dll located". I have checked my directory for the file, but can not locate it. Then it also says it can not find one of my forms. Please help I am a beginner so this is probably a dumb question. Thanks
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Check out your project file with notepad.  VB has a habit of hanging on to old references in the project file even when you no longer use them in your project.  You should also look for the missing form reference in your project file as well. If you have ever deleted one of these from some place other than VB, it will still be in your project file and cause a problem in the setup wizard.

Once you make changes, you should bring the project back up in VB and run it, to be sure it still locates everything.  You may find yourself removing a reference that you realy need.
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