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(8002801d) Automation error DLL not registered

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Dear Experts,

My users migrated from windows XP to Windows Vista over the weekend.
Since then I get a automation error 8002801d on the following statement :
 
Set myOlApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

Can anybody tell me which dll i should register and how i should do this?

Thanks in advance.
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Open a code window (New Module), then click on Tools, References

Scroll down and find  Micrrosoft Outlook (9, 10 or 11)

This is assuming you have Outlook installed...

JOhnie

 
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JohnieT,

Microsoft Outlook Object Library 11.0 is already checked.
Still error 'DLL not registered'

Thanks
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Dear Experts,

Anyone another sugestion on how to solve this problem?

Thanks in advance
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Issue still exists. Needed to close question.
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