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BOOK: Beginning Access VBA
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Default User-defined type not defined (Icecream.mdb)

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I have downloaded the Icecream.mdb database for the Beginning Access 2002 VBA book. I have it running on an Office XP 2002 program and get the error, User-defined type not defined, when running some of the forms?

It seems that a reference is missing somewhere however I have checked and the following libraries are installed, Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library, Visual Basic for Applications, Microsoft Access Object Libary 10.0 and OLE Automation.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Dominic

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