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Why does the CoolBar control require IE 3.0 or later?

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Why does the CoolBar control require Internet Explorer 3.0 or later?
What files in Internet Explorer the control needs?
If I only copy some files what it needs and do not install IE,the control can work?
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It does not riquire you to install Explorer 3.0, it only riquires you to replace your ComCtl32.Dll file for one with the Version iqual or greater than 4.71
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Thank you PedroMVGomes for your answer and I'm very excited to
learn it.
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The ComCtl32.Dll file is always in use by windows.So how can I replace it with my setup program?
If I create my own flat toolbar,does it require the ComCtl32.Dll file with the Version equal or greater than 4.71?
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