Download Error Fix for mso.dll
The module mso.dll contains Microsoft Office XP components. Office XP gives Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) automation and C interfaces which permit applications to utilize the varying property technology and display the property dialogs.
Office XP contains many different features. One of these features is the document property. This feature provided by the mso.dll module contains a collection of properties included in a file that are used for OLE Storage mechanism. These properties can further be subdivided into built-in (inherent document properties) or custom property (user-defined properties).
This dialog window contains five tabs where the user can set the document settings using the predefined properties for a document. These tabs include General, Contents, and Statistics and Summary tabs. To be able to use the document property functionality the document property interface should be used.
PidpCreateDocProps is the call used to display the document property interface. If this call returns a non-null the call is successful and a new document property object is created. This object can now be manipulated by changing its properties to suit its application.
Another feature of the module mso.dll is document routing. Document routing manages the flow of information for groups of users. When this feature is included in an application a user can send any kind of file to another user by simply attaching it to an email message. It is possible to send this file to a single user or a group of users.
The document dialog window enables the users to assign the recipients of the documents to indicate whether the recipients would receive the documents in a particular order or an order customized by the user or even simultaneously and to identify the condition of the document after it is received by the user.
To display the document routing interface of the msoc.dll file the call PirsCreateRoutingSlip should be used. If this call returns a non-null then the call was successful and the IMsocRouteSlip interface has now created a RoutingSlip object. Once the IMsocRouteSlip interface is dislayed its properties can then be changed to conform to the user defined applications.
What is a DLL?
DLL (Dynamic Link Library) files contain computer code and resources that can be used by multiple programs at the same time. This uses less system memory and helps your computer system run more efficiently. DLL files give program developers the ability to reuse code to add features to several programs without the need to write new code for each program.
There are many programs that require DLL files to function properly so when one of them is damaged or missing it will cause program crashes and poor system performance.
Recommended fix if you are experiencing mso.dll error messages:
DLL files are important parts of your operating system and many programs require them to function. When these files become damaged or are missing it causes poor system performance and system crashes. To fix these problems the user must replace the damaged file with a valid working version. If a working version cannot be found the user may perform a reinstallation of the program the DLL came with, in this case Microsoft Office XP.
Mso.dll is created by:
Known file path:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\mso.dll
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