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Missing Project or Library Compile Error

Posted on 2003-11-21
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I am receiving a compile error when I run some code with a Mid$ or Format$ statement in it.  The Compile Error says "Can't find project or library."

I am running Access 2000.  

Anyone know what I need or how to find it or get it?
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Right you are!  I should have known this.  Thank you very much, John.
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my pleasure, glad I could help.

John
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