There is a utility called Dependency Walker that provides a solution to the above two cases. It scans any Windows module (.exe, .dll, .ocx, .sys, etc.) and builds a tree diagram of all dependent modules, along with a list of functions called in each module. It catches all dependency types, including dynamic ones, that are loaded at run-time.
The latest version of Dependency Walker is version 2.2 and it can be downloaded from dependencywalker.com.
This version is compatible with Windows versions XP and 7.
For Windows 10, you can find a rebuilt version of the tool called Dependencies in the next link: [External]: Dependencies
As of LabWindows/CVI 6.0, the Source Code Browser
utility was added. It enables you to cross-reference each function and variable across your project.