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How Cabinet.dll works?

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There's a DLL file named Cabinet in the system folder, I try to declare it like the following:

Declare Function FDICopy Lib "cabinet.dll" (...) As Long

I received a message notice me cannot find the file. What a pity boy. I took long time to read C header file, but there's no use.
I need a list of the VB declare of the cabinet.dll. Can you help me?
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Those declares are always case-sensitive (names, dlls and arguments). Take care of them.
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Thank you very much. The article is very useful. I'll read up.
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by:David Robitaille
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Hi, the link is broken. so I ask a new question.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_24770217.html
If one of you could provide an update link/ advice....
Thanks
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