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Old June 13th, 2004, 09:12 PM
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Default LNC Add-in object reference problem

I'm having a reference problem with the LNC Add-in. Attempting to use it pops up a box saying "Can't find project or library".

References checked are:
Visual Basic for Application
Microsoft Access 9.0 Object Library
OLE Automation
Design Schemes

Attempts to check DAO 3.6 or LNC Renaming Code fail.

In the code, the debugger highlights in Yellow the section of code from Public to Integer
Public Function ControlCS(ctl As Control, _
strPrefix As String, fTag As Integer) As Integer
'Called from RenameFormControls and RenameReportControls in this module
'Does group renaming of all controls with control sources
'on a form or report
'Created by Helen Feddema 10-15-97
'Last modified 5-2-99

On Error GoTo ControlCSError

Highlighted in Blue and shown first by the debugger is the word "left" in:
If left(strOldCtlName, 3) = strPrefix And left(strOldCtlName, 6) _
      <> "Option" And left(strOldCtlName, 3) = strPrefix And _
      left(strOldCtlName, 5) <> "Frame" Then
      Exit Function

Any ideas on what to do next? I'm using Access 2000 in Windows 98. If there is time, I will try it tomorrow at work with Access 2002 on Windows 2000.

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Check your references in the Tools|References dialog, and see if any are marked MISSING. If so, uncheck them and check the version of that library on your computer. Also, note that you need the Replace library (Find and Replace). A trial version of this add-in is included in the zip file.

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It was the Replace file. Looks like it didn't make the download at work and bring home to load on my home computer process.

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