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I have a few questions about Microsoft OLE 2.0

How can i know if Microsoft OLE 2.0 is installed in my PC?

Is OLE 2.0 shipped with the OS if i install MS Window2000 Professional?
If not, how can i find OLE2.0 and install it?

Thank you.
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It is part of Windows Kernel. It is installed since Win95.
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Then why i cannot find the OLE 2.0 files
 
COMPOBJ.DLL
OLE2.DLL
OLE2CONV.DLL
TYPELIB.DLL
..

in my c:\windows\system
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have you looked into the system32 folder.
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Also, some have change their name (like OLECNV32.DLL)
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