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Comments. Hope you solved your issue. I wouldn't try to get around the compiling feature of a fully installed VB version by copying files to a non-licensed machine. It doesn't make sense. If you are doing Word Automation of some sort maybe you should consider MS Office Developer's kit. Not my area of expertise.
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