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getmodule usage problem

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I have an application in access 2.0 it uses the api function GetModuleUsage in a While structure, I have to migrate the application to access 7 for windows 95, but this function disappear in 32 bits, How can I substitute this function?
I use the toolhelp.dll but it does not work, the acces does not recognize the library...
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by:tonydiana
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by:NullTerminator
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What kind of response does access give re toolhelp.dll.  You should be able to cal functions with the proper declare statement.  You may have to alias them as most functions whihc have string arguments exist in both unicode format and ansi.
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You can't use GetModuleUsage in 32 bit applications
It is not part of the Win32 API

What are you trying to achieve?
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by:kodiakbear
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Fixed the -1 problem on this question.
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