Within an Access 2.0 appication I have the need to allow the user to select a file using the standard file open dialogue box. This is called using:
lRet = MSAU_GetFileName(gfni, fOpen)
..where MSAU_GetFileName is contained within the DLL file MSAU200.DLL (or so I believe). This DLL was not present on the shared drive where the application is installed and thus the users got an error when trying to run this command. When I put the DLL in place it worked...for everybody except 1 user !!
Does anybody know of any reasons why 1 user out of 10 would continue to get the error cuased by the non existance of MSAU200.DLL even though it is now there ? I've tried getting them to log in / log out / reboot but to no effect.
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