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Old January 6th, 2004, 09:02 PM
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I wrote a database in access 2003 and then replicated it to a box that has office 2000 on it. Is there anyway to upgarde or give VBA in 2000 the references it needs so the forms will run without throwing a s**tload of errors?? Please, i need help with this bad.

 
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If you are not using any objects in a referenced library, you should clear the check box for that reference to minimize the number of object references Visual Basic must resolve, thus reducing the time it takes your project to compile. You can't remove a reference for an item that is used in your project.

Note You can't remove the "Visual Basic For Applications" and "Visual Basic objects and procedures" references, because they are necessary for running Visual Basic.

you may also check that you have upgraded your office 2000 to the same mdac version as your 2003





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