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Where can I found which arguments should I pass to the functions in those dlls. Is there a place where I can find
the whole functions list with explanations.
Tanks, Asaf Lustig
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You can use the API viewer of VB5 wich gives you the declaration of the DLLs.

Otherwise, you could buy the book Guide to Win32 from Dan Appleman wich gives you help for a lot of useful APIs :
http://www.dataclub.fi/otherprs/dapplevb.html
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Also if you have norton navigator their is a quickview button on the taskbar which will give you a list of all the declarations in alphabetical order.
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