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Compile error: Can't find project or library

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For VB6.0 enterprise, Win95

VB prompt "Compile error: Can't find project or library.", when I run my program. Some other program work/compile fine.

What library is using for Chr(10), Trim(string), LCase(string), etc... ?

Please advise.
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by:pinshah
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Check in the Project References if U can see "Missing ... " 
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by:caraf_g
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Yeah!
<as in the prison cell scene in "Trading Places">
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by:pinshah
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Check in the Project References if U can see "Missing ... " 
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by:Éric Moreau
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Put "VBA." in front of these functions!
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by:msdnman
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Sometimes restarting VB or running RegClean can take care of some of these types of compile errors. The functions that you mention are intrinsic to VB and should not need to be prefaced with VBA. I've also found that an occasional re-install of VB will help as well.
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by:chsoh
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hi, pkimk,
see you again,
as what I mention to you in others question,
reinstall you VB since your current VB already corrupted.
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caraf_g earned 50 total points
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Whoa, wait a sec. Reinstall VB? Perhaps, but probably not necessary. Let's try the less drastic measures first.

It doesn't matter *what* DLL is Missing from your reference; if you have *any* Missing references it is possible to get these types of errors on the most basic VB functions. Sorting out the missing references will usually get rid of the problem.

The question is, why have the references become "Missing". Three possibilities spring to mind.

1) The "missing" component is one of your own. In that case, you've probably recompiled it without binary compatibility. In that case, simply unchecking the component from Project - References, close the window, open it again, find the reference again and checking it will do the trick.

2) The "missing" component is not one of your own. In that case, did you install new software on your PC? This might overwrite versions of DLLs that you're using in your VB project. You may try the same approach as in 1). You might be lucky.

3) The "missing" component is not one of your own. Did you uninstall software from your PC? This may inadvertently have uninstalled one of the DLLs you're using. Reinstalling the software may sort that problem.

If all the above approaches fail, *then* you may have to consider a more drastic approach....
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by:pkimk
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The "missing" component is not one of mine. I simply unchecking the component from Project - References, save it, close the window, open it again, Bingo.
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