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How to remove available references in VB6?

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How can I completely remove reference to "Utilities" from showing on the list in the attached image file.

I have a VB6 project and I have updated the "Utilities.dll" and would like to show the new updated version showing on the list of references.

Please advise.
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I am a newbie in VB6. please advise.
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jpaulino earned 500 total points
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You have to register your dll . This information is on the windows registry
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