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When I open a project that was created on one PC on a different PC the IDE does not recognise basic functions like trim and left etc.

I am able to get the project working by going through the entire app and specifying VBA.Trim, etc.

I assume this is because of a dual meaning of the VBA function names.

Is there anything I can do to make the app recognise the VBA functions straight away as VB does when they are created.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.


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Can anyone help with this?

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It appears that the problem had risen from missing references that where unrelated to the VBA dll's.

I had some nokia dll's referenced that I had not used in the app, when I installed the nokia sdk all was well.

I guess I could similarely have removed the reference to the nokia dlls.

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