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Default Compile error for CurrentProject Object example on p.97 and Try It Out example1 on 99

When I try to run the CurrentProject Object example on page 97, I get a compile error stating that "sub or function not defined. Thinking that I did not type something correctly, I tried using the code that I downloaded, but it gave the same error.

I get the same error for Sub Test(Printer() on page 99.

Does anyone know why?
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