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    I've written a program in VB, and I want to be able to use it on more than just my computer. Unfortunately, I need the DLLs on the disk it's been compiled on, and I have no clue how to do that. PLease help me.

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    You should either make your own installer to install your program and the VB runtime DLLs onto another system, or get them from microsoft's site.
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    Re: HELP! DLLs...

    Originally posted by Kezil
    I've written a program in VB, and I want to be able to use it on more than just my computer. Unfortunately, I need the DLLs on the disk it's been compiled on, and I have no clue how to do that. PLease help me.

    TIA.

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    Try compiling using a different option (I think it's called 'native code'). However, this feature is only available in VB6 and even then it only appears to be in the Professional or Enterprise editions.

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