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Does anyone have a list of Exports from Kernel32?
I'm looking for a full list of functions and their respective arguments....

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Jason
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Not all of them are documented.

You can use dumpbin /exports kernel32.dll

to list them all.
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The first 100 or so exports are exported only by ordinal, no name. Matt Pietrek has a list of most of these functions, and he wrote a little about some of them in his book "Windows 95 System Programming Secrets". I can give the list to you if you need it (only function names, not prototypes)
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