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Missing library

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Fjordur, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Fjordur

    Fjordur
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    Hi,
    Hope this is not off-topic. I have this Access app that works fine on 2 out
    of our 3 PCs. Back-end on the server, front end copied on each PC. On the
    3rd PC, on opening the switchboard or whatever executes VB code, the user
    finds himself in the VB windows with the following error message:
    Compile Error
    Can't find project or library.
    with a call to function "left" hilited in the code. In the "references"
    item of the "tools" menu, the "dtcint 1.0 Type Library" is labeled as
    missing, while it's not on the 2 PCs that are OK. I'm not at all familiar
    with this.
    I take it a library is missing on that PC, where should I get it from? How
    do I install it? Can anyone help?
    --
    Fjordur
     
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  3. Allen Browne

    Allen Browne
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    See:
    Solving Problems with Library References
    at:
    http://allenbrowne.com/ser-38.html

    If the library is not being used in your application, you can just uncheck
    the box next to it under Tools | References. The compile (Debug menu) to
    make sure everything still works.

    If it is needed, you may need to track down where it came from. If it is not
    a commercial library, you may be able to just copy it to the problem
    computer, and register it as described in the article above.

    To identify the library, go to a computer where it works okay, and open the
    Immediate Window (Ctrl+G). Enter:
    ? References(3).FullPath
    and try with other numbers in place of the 3 until you identify the
    particular file you need to copy.

    --
    Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia.
    Tips for Access users - http://allenbrowne.com/tips.html
    Reply to group, rather than allenbrowne at mvps dot org.

    "Fjordur" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:44a91a8f$0$8510$626a54ce@news.free.fr...
    > Hi,
    > Hope this is not off-topic. I have this Access app that works fine on 2
    > out
    > of our 3 PCs. Back-end on the server, front end copied on each PC. On the
    > 3rd PC, on opening the switchboard or whatever executes VB code, the user
    > finds himself in the VB windows with the following error message:
    > Compile Error
    > Can't find project or library.
    > with a call to function "left" hilited in the code. In the "references"
    > item of the "tools" menu, the "dtcint 1.0 Type Library" is labeled as
    > missing, while it's not on the 2 PCs that are OK. I'm not at all familiar
    > with this.
    > I take it a library is missing on that PC, where should I get it from? How
    > do I install it? Can anyone help?
     

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