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BOOK: Expert One-on-One Access Application Development
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Old August 5th, 2004, 03:02 PM
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I ran your email program successfully on my office 2003 and office xp versions - but cannot get it to run on office 2000. I keep getting error 48: error loading dll messages.

Do you in fact support office 2k? If so, can you suggest what I am doing wrong or what I might do to get it working?

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I also copied the msoutl9.olb file onto another computer running Office XP and pointed at it - cannot get either the outlook9 or the outlook10 libraries to work. The outlook program runs just fine however and I still keep getting error 48: error loading dll

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Can you be more specific about exactly what code you were running, and where the error occurred?

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Thanks Helena:

my code is

Private Sub SendMinutes()
'Created by Helen Feddema 9-16-2003
'Last modified 9-16-2003

On Error GoTo ErrorHandler

   Dim strEMailRecipient As String
   Dim dteLastMeeting As Date
   Dim strSubject As String
   Dim strMessage As String
   Dim strBody As String
   Dim appOutlook As Outlook.Application
   Dim fld As Outlook.MAPIFolder
   Dim msg As Outlook.MailItem
   Dim intCounter As Integer

   'Check for required email information
   strEMailRecipient = GetMeetingInviteEmails(lstMeetings.Column(0))

   'Create new mail message
   Set appOutlook = GetObject(, Outlook.Application)

It failes at this point and goes to the error handler which reports Error Number: 48 Error in loading DLL

In my references, I have the application hooked to the Microsoft Access 10.0 Object Library and the Microsoft Outlook 9.0 Object Library. (most of the machines that will use this code are using Office 2000)


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I had the Error 48 in Office 2000.
I tried to register DAO360.DLL but went on the same Error.
Then, I updated Office from Microsoft Office Update Web, exactly
  KB980669 ADODB.stream
  KB823353 Outlook

You can try it.


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Access 10.0 would be the Office XP version of the Access object library. Do you have Access from Office XP and Outlook from Office 2000 (or standalone Outlook 2000)? Mixing and matching programs from different Office versions can be problematic.

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