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Good morning:

I am working the examples in Beginning Access 2000 VBAand having some problems with them. Working the examples on page 74, I get an error when I try to convert the macro associated with a control button into VBA code by using the Tools/Macro menu selections. The error states the program database (Dave and Bob's Ice Cream) can't find the wizard. It says the wizard may be missing from the Libraries key of the Dave's and Rob's Ice Cream section of the Windows registry.

Can anyone offer solutions to solve this problem?

Thank you and regards,

Tony.



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