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WICH DLLS USES AN OCX ARCHIVE

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HOW CAN I KNOW WHICH DLLS USES THE OCX PROGRAMS. IF I COPY MY COMPILED APLICATION TO OTHER PC MYAPLICATTION.EXE AND VBRUN300.DLL IT DOESN'T WORKS

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open the explorer, click the OCX file and then
with rightclick choose the "QuickView" option.

Then you can see the imported DLL list.

Good Luck
Schild
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BTW

1. The imported DLL list can be find under the "Import table" header

2. If you dont see the "Quick View" while right clicking on the OCX, you can add it by the following steps:
1. open the control pannel.
2. Run the "Add/Remove Programs".
3. Choose the Windows Setup tab
4. Click on accesories item in the list.
5. Press the "Details" button.
6. Look for the "Quick View" checkboc and mark it.

Good Luck
Schild
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