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Visual Basic 6.0 - Error in Loading DLL

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I am running Windows XP Professional, and when I try to add "Microsoft CDO for NTS 1.2 Library" as a reference to my VB 6.0 project, I get the error message "Error in Loading DLL". What can be done to resolve this problem?
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Hi,
  You need to install the Microsoft Office again and select the option CDO at the time of setup

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