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error LNK2001 again!

Posted on 2000-04-23
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I call InetIsOffline in my program, which is declared in "Intshcut.h".
I include this header file, but when linking, error LNK2001 appears. How to resolve it? Pleas help me.
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Question by:seuwind
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by:kishk91
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Did you linked the correct dll???]
this error is due to missing dll....
kishk
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by:AssafLavie
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Make sure you link with shell32.lib.
Project settings -> Link -> Object/Library modules -> "shell32.lib".
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chensu earned 50 total points
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You need to link with url.lib.

Choose the Project/Settings... menu, the Link tab, append url.lib to the Object/library modules edit box.
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by:seuwind
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Thanks,ChenSu. You helped me again.
I wonder how can I know which lib to link. It isn't said in the header file or MSDN. Can you tell me?
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by:chensu
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The Internet shortcut utility functions use url.lib. InetIsOffline is one of them.

Internet shortcut utility functions

InetIsOffline
MIMEAssociationDialog
TranslateURL
URLAssociationDialog

You may also search the lib directory for "InetIsOffline".
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