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Missing dll error in VBA programing

In my ADP application I don't get the results when I click on some buttons .This will happen when I am using Acess 2007  with OS XP ,2008  or 2003 . Same will happen for Access 2003 with OS XP.But it will work fine with OS 2003 and Access 2003 .
Also When I open my ADP application I am getting the messages like your database or project contains a missing or broken reference to the file FPDTC.DLL version 1.0.
your database or project contains a missing or broken reference to the file PLUGIN.OCX version 1.0. It is happening in all the cases except for OS 2003 and Access 2003 .
Please suggest a solution for this
thanks in advance
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logicslab
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tbsgadiCommented:
Hi logicslab,

In the VBA IDE
Go to Tools references & look for the missing Dlls
If they're not needed then untick
If needed then browse to where they are installed

Good Luck!

Gary
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logicslabAuthor Commented:
I have searched the dlls in the machine and I put PLUGIN.OCX  in the sytem 32 (it was not there ). and now im getting the error message for FPDTC.DLL  only. But still my application is not working when I click on some buttons . The page is not redirecting .
I have a form datamanager .there i have a button 'Insurance Companies' and I have options for displaying alll , By selecting teh option button All. After this I need to redirect to the form Insurance Companies ,Instead of redirecting it is skipping from there .
Please sugest a solution..
thank you
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tbsgadiCommented:
is FPDTC.DLL  installed?
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
You must have ALL REFERENCES AVAILABLE in order for your Access app to function correctly. Missing or invalid references can cause troubles throughout your app, not just in the areas where your app uses those references. As Gary said, you must insure that ALL references are available.

Here's some info on Plugin.ocx:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912945

FPDTC.dll are the FrontPage Design Time Controls ... do you seriously need those in your application?

FWIW, I'd do this in the development machine:

Untick the references (perhaps one at a time) and run a Debug - Compile. If your code compiles without error, then you don't need that reference so you can untick it and redeploy.
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logicslabAuthor Commented:
I have checked for the missing DLLs and I could find only PLUGIN.OCX in my system and it was not in system 32. I put that in system 32.But for the other two(FPDTC.DLL,msdxm.ocx) ,I dont know what to do . If it is a must to run my application properly , from where I can get thses references?. And how can I install thses missing libraries?
The application is working fine when I am using MSAccess 2003 in OS 2003 .Because all thses libraries are present in this environment .
Please suggest a solution..
thanks in advance
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Sorry to drop this one, but if you need further assistance, or if it appears a question has been abandoned, you can post a "ping" question, something like "Any ideas?", which will alert the Experts that the question is still open.

Regarding those libraries - in order to use the FPDTC.dll, the user would require the correct version of FrontPage on their machine. As I mentioned earlier, I'd be very surprised if you actually need those dll's and, if you do, then only way to get them is to require your user to have FrontPage.
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