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I'm writing an app. using VC4.0 which has to run under Win32s.  I've tried VC5.0, however, Win32s rejects the executables as an invalid format.  Is there anyway to get the linker to create the exe with a format that will suit Win32s ?
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No, Microsoft dropped support of Win32s at Version 4.1 or something close to it.  Version 5.0 does not support Win32s.

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