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Sorry you was right, but I didn't read your comments properly, I disagree with you statement that I am using late binding in both as I had defined "Dim y As Project1.Publisher" which is early binding, but the IDE was the problem. So as a goodwell gesture i will give you 50 points if you reply.
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Actually, Jeremy_D was quoting Dalin's post (symbol ">" is used when repeating other people's posts)

Jeremy_D wrote in Q.10308699:
"> You are using late binding in both cases. "
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Cheers Ameba
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Cheers
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In fact, my quotation of Dalin's post was meant to make Dalin clear that (s)he was wrong, not you, jetforce. Maybe I should have made that clearer.

But anyway, thanks a lot, you shouldn't have ;-) !
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