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OLE2UI.DLL

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Setup wizard cannot find this file help, niether can I
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by:CraigLazar
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HI
What version of vb are u using ?
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If it is VB3 the edit your project file with notepad and remove the reference to the ole2ui.dll and then recompile and you will
not have a problem with the setup wizard .
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by:euscdsm
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There was no reference to the ole2ui.dll in the project file. This is good advice though. Any more sugestions?
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by:CraigLazar
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Hi euscdsm
what version of vb are you using ?
mail the project to me and i will have a quick peek at the project file for you - clazar@softnet.co.za
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by:CraigLazar
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1) are you using ole in your project ?
if not then inside vb remove all your references and components that support ole , then when you run setup wizard in should in theory only add the ocx controls that you have added to your project
hope this helps
cheers
craig
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