Problems loading MSpublisher 98

I had a problem downloading email with Outlook 98 & ended up having to reinstall Outlook98. Then I found that when I tried to load Publisher 98 I got the error message "Publisher cannot load the required file QS98.DLL. You may be out of memory or the file may be corrupt.  I copied the file QS98.DLL from the Publisher CD to the directory C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Quill (where I found the old one.) That didn't work so I removed PUB98 & reinstalled it.  It Still gives the same message.  Any suggestions please.  I am running NT 4.0

Thanks
Gerry Robinson
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colstripCommented:
Go to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Quill; delete
qs98.dll; reinstall Pub98.
Outlook98 and MS Draw98 replaces this file with a newer version
that kills Pub98. Both will work with the older file.

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grobinsonAuthor Commented:
I had already reinstalled Pub98 but didn't delete the old QS98.DLL.  Thanks
Gerry
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