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Default VBA classes in referenced mdb's or accdb's

Is there a way round the following?

You can have classes in a referenced mdb or accdb file (Tools > References) and you can use them in a normal way within that referenced db (i.e. you can declare variables as instances of such a class). But you can't use them in any normal kind of way from the VBA code in the calling access database (i.e. you CANNOT declare variables as instances of such a class, and neither will Intellisense work).

This is a severe shortcoming in programming with classes in VBA. Has anyone found a way round it?





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