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"Can't find DLL-file vba322 for VBA"

Posted on 1997-12-01
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I use NT 4.0 w SP 3. I have installed Office 97  but I can't get Access started. I get an error message that says
"Unable to find DLL-file vba322 for Visual basic for applications. Install Access again" I have done this 6 times but it still does not work.  Would be grateful if you had a solution to this problem.

niklas.lundblad@iname.com
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you can get a new copy of this file from the MS website, since they have put out some patches since Office's release (however, if you're running the SR1 of Office, I would double-check the dates to verify that you don't already have the latest copy),

Since it is apprantly not getting on your system you can check the file date by searching the CD.  And/or you can simply copy it from the installation CD and see if that fixes your problem
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