> I am trying to compile the a program so I can put it on several computers,
> but one of the dependencies that my compiled exe file has is it must have
> VC++ 7.0 installed. How can I get rid of this so the program can run on a
> computer without VC++?
Is this managed or unmanaged C++?
If it's unmanaged, it sounds like your program is dynamically linked to the
runtime libraries. Compile the program statically linking to the runtime
libraries, or ship the redistributable runtime libraries with the program.
If it's Managed C++, I believe this requires the .NET Framework to be
installed on any machine that runs the code.