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Old June 16th, 2004, 11:27 AM
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I have the Beginning Access 2000 VBA book by Smith and Sussman. When I get to page 74 and convert the macros to VBA, when I try to run the program I get a compile error, project or library not found. Can you help me?

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Check out Tools, References to see what may be missing.

This is not an answer, but have you also tried forum for that specific publication?

My version of that book is an older one for Access 97 but that included a CD. I don't recall, but are there some libraries on the CD that need to be installed?
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 Check out Tools, References to see what may be missing.

This is not an answer, but have you also tried forum for that specific publication?

My version of that book is an older one for Access 97 but that included a CD. I don't recall, but are there some libraries on the CD that need to be installed?
I guess I don't know how to query the forum for that publication. I loaded all of the files that came on the CD. Funny that the thing should crash like it does. I didn't expect it.

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For JohnKruse:

I think that this is the forum for that book.
http://p2p.wrox.com/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=13

It is one forum for all of the issues since my 97 version.
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