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Has anyone seen a file called "CSCALNDR.VBX" anywhere?

I have an old application TDOCS that my company uses.  Cant find old install discs and machine its on is giving a CSCALNDR.vbx is missing error.  Software manufacturer has been bought out any no longer exists.  I have searched around standard places I know of for a copy of this file but havent had any luck.  Seems to be an old outdated decommisioned file.  If anyone has seen it in a collection or old windows/system folder you would make my day.

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intelligentech
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ClifCommented:
CSCalndr.vbx was used by (as far as I can remember) VB4.

It was part of a package of controls from Crescent Software (now Progress Software) in their "QuickPack" bundle.

Unfortunately a search of Progress Software's site comes up blank for CSCalndr.
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fullcontactCommented:
I have a quickpack install version 4.2 (unfortunatly this does not contain the .vbx files, on the 16 & 32 bit ocx)
You will need version 3.x for the vbx files.
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fullcontactCommented:
try talking to these guys, may be able to help.

http://www.sax.net/ - has a link for crescent quickpak
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intelligentechAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the point in the right direction.  I wound up finding it in a search rooted from your response at www.cin.ufpe.br/~jrpl/software/inst_c2/CSCALNDR.VB_ if anyone else ever needs this obscurity.  Appreciate the response.

I am all set.
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