RscFinder is a handy tool that helps finding executables or DLLs in Windows
95/98 or NT. Enter a text you are looking for and RscFinder searches all
menues, dialogs, stringtables and messagetables of all files in a folder.
RscFinder looks and works like the find-tool in the start menu.
After searching, a list of hits is displayed. You can copy the path of the
filename to the clipboard and open the file with DevStudio ("Open as:
Resources") or another tool that displays resources.
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