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Using the provided "Design Schemes Add-In" (Page 44) I got as far as Creating a Standard Main Form (Page 46)and up popped an error stating "Automation Error: ClassFactory cannot supply requested class". As usual, I have no clue what this error message means. Any suggestions?
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You should post this in the book forum for this book.

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