Error when declaring an array - "integer constant expected" 0x800A0402

I'm trying to declare an array whose size is based on other arrays, but get an error, as listed in question title. Can anyone shed light on this? Here's the code:

first array declared, such as:
Dim CountryArray
CountryArray = Array("Australia","USA","England","Iraq","Istambul","Yugoslavia")

Here's the one I get the error with:
Dim MDPArray(((UBound(CountryArray)+1)*3)-1,13)

TIA
Chris_GrangerAsked:
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Ryan ChongCommented:
Try:

Dim MDPArray
Redim MDPArray(((UBound(CountryArray)+1)*3)-1,13)

cheers
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Chris_GrangerAuthor Commented:
That works fine, thanks!  Not sure why it doesn't work the other way but....
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GaryCommented:
Use ReDim instead of Dim, you can't dynamically set an array that way.
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GaryCommented:
Hmm reloaded question and nothing here.
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