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Default User-defined type not defined (Icecream.mdb)

Hi
I have downloaded the Icecream.mdb database for the Beginning Access 2002 VBA book. I have it running on an Office XP 2002 program and get the error, User-defined type not defined, when running some of the forms?

It seems that a reference is missing somewhere however I have checked and the following libraries are installed, Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library, Visual Basic for Applications, Microsoft Access Object Libary 10.0 and OLE Automation.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards
Dominic



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