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I am getting a compiler error of "Named argument expected" for:

Set(ByVal Value As V.Settings)
           Main.set(co:=(Co), Value)
           RaiseEvent Change()
End Set

The second argument of Main.set is a ByVal pVal.
What is my error ?
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Question by:pillmill
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If you use a named argument for the first argument, you need to specify them for all the rest:

Main.set(co:=Co, value:=Value)

Bob
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