I don't see any trace of this file online. Normally, if it's a relatively well-known file, if you search for it in google, you'll get something like this. With comolc.dll I'm not getting anything. At the worst, you could delete it and then if a program needed it, you can reinstall that program. But let's see if anyone else has any suggestions.
Just had a thought: Maybe you could do a search for it in regedit. I think a lot of programs list make mention of dlls they use somewhere in the registry.
(edited by Mr. Boffo on 21.10.04 0057) NOTE: The above post makes no sense. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Prior to checking out either of these, I have a question. Would either of them allow me to open an Illustrator (*.ai) file? I can't do this with Paint Shop Pro (my current graphics program), but would like to be able to do so. *.