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Problem with referencing

I have a database that I will need to distribute to several people.  I have come to find out that each user will have either Access2000 up to Access2007.  Problem arises when I am referencing an excel library.  Is there a way to check to make sure that their excel library is check marked in the references?
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hpfam
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
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peter57rCommented:
To cope with any version of XL you need to use late binding, not early binding.
There is too much to say than can be said here but here is a link@:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/245115
Using late binding you do not set object references, but that means you cannot use any of the built-in xl constants unless yiou define them as public variables/constants in your code.

Access will not adjust object library refs for non-access libraries.
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