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How to get a new version of RICHEDIT.DLL

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"http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/Q.10044564" is very
helpful to me.
But where can I get new version of RICHEDIT.DLL?
I want more detail information of that.
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There is no RICHEDIT.dll.  The old version of the rich edit control is in RICHED32.dll, and the new 2.0 version is in RICHED20.dll (Yes, the newer version is in a lower numbered dll -- _Don't_ ask ;-])  RichEd32.dll is supplied with NT 4.0, and the new Outlook 97.  I don't know if it is available outside of these packages, or if it is redistributable.
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