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help file for wininet.dll => wininet.hlp?

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Does anyone have the help file for the wininet.dll?
Many thanx in advance!
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Hi remkosp,

I have the inet.chm help file which should include the appropriate help for wininet from the IE SDK as well as inet98.chm which is the help file for the ms internet transfer control. Which would you like (or both perhaps).

Tim Cottee MCSD, MCDBA, CPIM
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Brainbench MVP for Visual Basic
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Hi Tim,

Thanx for replying!
Both files would be fantastic!

You can e-mail them to remko@ramblersoftware.nl
or I will download them from a place you tell me to.

Many, many Thanx!!!
Remko Spiering
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