Determine the number of .ocx files used by an application

Hi,

I have a vb6 application that has been distributed to several users. One user, however, is getting a 429 runtime error.

My question...is there a way to quickly determine all the ocx files that are being used by the application.

Thanks.

Steve
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TrackMaxCommented:
You could try the package and deployment wizard and check which OCX files will be included to the setup files.

Best regards,

Pieter
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Mikal613Commented:
goto the visual studio tools and look at the depends   application
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