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Hi,

Any idea how I can programmatically encoded my ACCESS mdb application to automatically load the appropriate reference object library automatically (if it is not already loaded) when the user start the application?  I assume that the code will need to handle different library folder installed on different computers, too?  

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Take a look at this code,  It should get you moving in the right direction:
Public Sub FixUpRefs()
Dim loRef As Access.Reference
Dim intCount As Integer
Dim intX As Integer
Dim blnBroke As Boolean
Dim strPath As String

On Error Resume Next

    'Count the number of references in the database
    intCount = Access.References.Count
 
    'Loop through each reference in the database
    'and determine if the reference is broken.
    'If it is broken, remove the Reference and add it back.
    For intX = intCount To 1 Step -1
      Set loRef = Access.References(intX)
      With loRef
        blnBroke = .IsBroken
        If blnBroke = True Or Err <> 0 Then
          strPath = .FullPath
          With Access.References
            .Remove loRef
            .AddFromFile strPath
          End With
        End If
       End With
    Next
   
End Sub

Public Sub ReferenceInfo()
Dim strMessage As String
Dim strTitle As String
Dim bytButtons As Byte
Dim refItem As Reference

On Error Resume Next

    For Each refItem In References
        If refItem.IsBroken Then
            strTitle = "MISSING Reference"
            strMessage = "Missing Reference:" & vbCrLf & refItem.FullPath
            bytButtons = 16 'critical symbol
            ' You could here try to fix the reference
            '   Check to see if the required file is on the PC
            '       Not there?  Add it from a specified network location
            '   Fix the reference
                   
         Else
            strTitle = "Displaying References and Their Locations"
            strMessage = "Reference: " & refItem.Name & vbCrLf & _
            "Location: " & refItem.FullPath
            bytButtons = 64 'information symbol
        End If

      MsgBox prompt:=strMessage, Title:=strTitle, buttons:=bytButtons

    Next refItem

End Sub
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I take it the provided code got you going.  glad to of resolved the issue.  :)
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