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Forgive a newbie for asking, but...

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All you need to do is install the DirectX stuff and then go into your compiler and find its search directory paths for where it looks for header and library files.

In VC++ its under Tools->Options, then the Directories tab. I have no idea where it is in Borland, but it shouldnt be impossible to find.

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-Geoff

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I'd hate to bug anyone here, but if someone has a few extra minutes to respond to this, I'd be extremely grateful.

I'm pretty proficient at programming, so its nothing like that. It's DirectX. How in god's name do I get those libraries on my computer. I've tried pretty much everything, so I'm hoping I can finally get this out of the way in order to get down to business, ya know?

If you can help, thanks. Also, i'm using Boreland 5, if that makes a difference (I think I read somewhere that it does)...

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