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Microsoft Excel 9.0 object library

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I am referencing Microsoft Excel 9.0 object library in my project,What runtime files do I need to add to my installation? Is there a Microsoft Excel 9.0 object library Merge module?
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You can not add it to your installation the client machine needs to have Excel 9.0 installed in order for your application to work
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well as for me, i insert the file excel9.olb from the office directory into my installation directory, maybe it's not required but why take the chance
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