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Run-Time Error 5151

Posted on 2004-03-29
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I receive a Run-Time error 5151 message when I try out a module in Immediate view.  When I choose the debugger it yellow highlights the line:

Set m_objects=m_objWord.Documents.Add(m_strDIR & m_strTEMPLATE)

Can anyone suggest what's going wrong here?

Thanks,

Andrew
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by:rockiroads
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is the document path valid?

i.e. check what it is beforehand

msgbox m_strDIR & m_strTEMPLATE

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by:nico5038
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Would help when you post the exact message.
Some thoughts:
1) Do you have a final "\" in the m_strDIR
2) Does the constructed name already exist ?

Nic;o)
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by valid I not only meant a valid path but also the document exists
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