Compile error error in loading dll. References --> MISSING: Ref Edit Control

When I compile a VBA user form, I get the following error:
Compile error error in loading dll.  

Under References, the following checkbox is marked: MISSING: Ref Edit Control
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Deselect the Missing item.
Then use the Browse button to locate a copy of refedit.dll and choose Open when you find it.
It could be in the system32 folder or maybe in the Programfiles/microsoftOffice/officexx folder.
BBRRGGAuthor Commented:
I located the file while still in references through Browse button.  It was in the folder you mentioned.  I unchecked this box (missing: Ref Edit Control), located the file by browsing, pressed open.  However, still get the error message and when i go to references, this same Missing: Ref Edit Control shows up as selected.
Thanks for your help!
Then maybe the dll is not registered correctly.
Try unregistering it and registering it again.
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OK - different tack altogether.

Just deselect the reference.  Do not choose another refedit reference.
Use Debug>Compile.

If there are no errors reported then just carry on.

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BBRRGGAuthor Commented:
When I deselect the reference and press OK to get back to the Debug menu, I get the error message.  Then when I compile, I get the same error message.
Thanks for your help.
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