I wrote a test application, made an EXE file then ran it
on another computer to test. It did not run at first because the computer did not have a file called MSVBVM60.DLL
so I found that file on the machine that I originally developed the test app on and copied to the same directory I
found it in on the other machine c:\windows\system\. Question is...is that file normally resident on all PC's or does that DLL file have to be distributed w/ the app. If it
does, does have to always reside in the C:\windows\system directory or can it just reside w/ the app's EXE file as on
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