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troubleshooting Question

Which Reference library's are installed with MS Access 2003 Runtime

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Carl SudholzFlag for Australia asked on
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Hi there experts
We have developed an application using MS Access 2003.  It uses the following reference libraries:
MS Windows Common Controls (comctl32.ocx)
MS Office Library (MSO.dll).  
Visual Basic for Apps (Vbe6.dll)
Microsoft Access 11.0 Object Library (Msacc.dll)
OLE Automation (stdole2.tlb)
Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.8 (Msado21.tlb)
Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library (DAO360.dll)

We wish to distribute the application with the MS Access Runtime files using SageKey's Access 2003 MSI Wizard.

Which of the above libraries, if any are included in the standard MS Access Runtime installation and which ones should I provide with the installation