Use the OLEView tool AKA OLE/COM Object Viewer. Click on "Type Libraries" folder on the left and look for a relevant name. Another folder to try looking for names is Object Classes->All Objects. I'm not sure myself (or how to tell) what classes are constructable from scratch in OLEView and which ones can only be obtain through a reference returned from another class. Also, if you look at a class in OLEView (blue 3d square), and in the list of magnifying glasses, you will always see IUnknown, but if you don't see IDispatch in the same list as the IUnknown, that class is C++ only and not usable from Win32::OLE. You can also right click on the IDispatch, click View, then click View TypeInfo and get a list of method names and prototypes that you can call on that type.
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