After the success of my previous question I thought I would try another, although this one is partly question and partly looking for advice.
I imported an old VB6 project. Mostly this was very successful except for one thing which is questionable, the various system libraries (some ocx) that the project uses are listed in the Application Folder. Some examples are: COMDLG32.OCX, MSCOMMCTL.OCX, MSCOMM32.OCX, RICHTX32.OCX and MSFLXGRD.OCX). I'm a bit hazy about this but I think that some of these should not normally be installed (because they are specific to the version of Windows in use). So here's a few questions:
1. Are there any of these you wouldn't install but instead expect them always to be there already?
2. Would you install them in the Application Folder where Advanced Installer seems to have chosen to put them? (the application would use them from there Ok as it already has a .local file for other dll's) but they may not fit with the users Windows??? Sheesh I wish I knew more about this!
3. I'm really unsure about these files, I don't understand why Advanced Installer is listing them for the Application Folder when I would normally expect them to be in SYSWOW64. Any clarification on this welcome.
Many thanks for any help on this.
EDIT: Does this have something to do with the "COM" feature which I see available on the PRO version? If so, could someone please explain exactly what this feature does? Thanks