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Posted on 1998-08-09
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When i try to add the control MS Communications Control, it tells me i need a license.  Do you have to purchase this separtely?  I need a (prefer free) control that will just link 2 modems together.  Any help would be appreciated.
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Go to Microsoft Knowledege base and download a patch for this...
www.microsoft.com/support

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Can you give me an exact filename?  I can't find it..
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The file name i think is Odelic.exe and is found under office developer.
Hope this helps
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Thankx!  Worked great..
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oops.. That's a fix for the developer version.  I only have the regular pro version.. Any help?
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