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Where can I download MSAU7032.DLL for use with ADT Setup Wizard?  I do not have on my MSOffice 97 or ADT CD.
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the Dll is in  

ftp.welch.jhu.edu/incoming/Msau7032.dll

i hope this help you
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When I started looking for this file, my search engine "Metacraler" led me to this location through "Bruce's Home Page".  When I drilled down to the file identified exactly the same  as above, I received repeated error messages that the file could not be located.  I am currently trying to see if I am doing something wrong, or my server will not allow me to download from this site.  Thx for immediate response, it was appreciated.
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jproctor:

  My search engine is:

  ftpsearch.ntnu.no

I hope this help you.
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