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Excel 2003 Connection error message "User-defined type not defined"

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From Excel 2003 need to connect to Access database.  
This line of VB code in the Visual Basic Editor    
Dim cnn As ADODB.Connection  
always gives error message : "User-defined type not defined"



Dim cnn As ADODB.Connection
Set cnn = New adodb.Connection
   With cnn
      .ConnectionTimeout = 500
      .Provider = "Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0"
      .ConnectionString = "Data Source=" & strPathToDB & ";"
      .Open
      .CommandTimeout = 500
   End With

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spattewar earned 200 total points
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This means that you have not referened the ADODB library.

In your VBA editor. goto tools->references and add reference to Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects library

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Thank you.  I just found the answer myself.  You are fast!
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