Installing Oracle 32b Development tools in Windows 7

If you are trying to install some of the Oracle Development Tools (Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports, Oracle Designer) in a Windows 7 environment and you need access to the Registry, you can find those entries by using regedit in the

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