The Outlook signatures are stored in the %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Signatures\ folder in text, RTF and HTML formats. In case of multiple signatures, the default can be found through Word automation. Tested in Outlook 2003 and later.
Uninstalling VFP 9.0 does not remove VFP settings stored in the registry or any files that have been added to installation after the fact. To completely uninstall VFP 9.0
- Launch VFP and note directories returned by HOME() and HOME(7) functions
- Uninstall VFP
- Delete directories from step 1
- delete registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\VisualFoxPro\9.0
VFP stores in an EXE/DLL information about what runtime DLL is required to run it.
|This is sample code. Add error handling and adjust to your requirements as necessary.|
1 2 3 ? VfpVersionFromExeOrDll("C:\Program Files\My Company\MyVfpApplication.exe") ? VfpVersionFromExeOrDll("X:\Somefolder\MyVfpDll.dll")
Detailed info on Acrobat automation can be found in Interapplication Communication API Reference from Acrobat 8.1 SDK or Acrobat 9.0 SDK at http://www.adobe.com/devnet/acrobat/?navID=downloads. Free registration may be required.
MS security bulletin Vulnerabilities in GDI+ Could Allow Remote Code Execution (957488) lists MS products affected including VFP 8.0 and VFP 9.0. It supersedes MS security bulletin MS08-052 - Vulnerabilities in GDI+ Could Allow Remote Code Execution (954593). I blogged about it at GDI+ security updates for VFP 8.0 and VFP 9.0
On 64-bit Windows the 32-bit Windows-based applications run under WOW64 x86 emulator. WOW64 isolates 32-bit applications from 64-bit applications, which includes preventing file and registry collisions. Console, GUI, and service applications are supported. However, 32-bit processes cannot load 64-bit DLLs, and 64-bit processes cannot load 32-bit DLLs.