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Can I create one .EXE file with VB6 without .DLLs ?

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I need to generate one file .EXE without any .DLLs in my project for distribution in a few number of PC's.
It's possible do that with Visual Basic 6.0 ?
If the answer is YES, then tell me how do it ?
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No, that is not possible.
Very easy answer, but it is the truth
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by:FabioCristiano
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Obrigado por nada.
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