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COM dll registers OK but is not visible in VBA reference list

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I can register a COM dll OK using ocxdll.reg registry add-in but after registration I can't see the dll in the References list from the VBA code window.
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Hi Simon,

Try registering it from the reference window using browse.

Gary
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I get the message "Cant add a reference to the specified file"
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