Looking for an old VBX file called niftomet.vbx

Posted on 2007-03-25
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I am looking for a very old VBX file used in a program written for Visual Basic 3 -- or perhaps VB2.  The name of the file is niftomet.vbx   Looking at the headers, it was written most likely by Timothy D. Noonan, a Microsoft employee.  I have a very old version, and would like a newer one so that I can run an old piece of software called "Quick Circuit" (also known as QuickCAM).
Question by:Francois Koutchouk
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I see that the link I gave you before is broken. Sorry.

Ok, here's another:

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