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Word VBA project cannot open DB

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Good day everyone. I have a project that was working fine. I made some slight alterations (changing path of the access database) and now every time I try to run it, it stops at opening opening the database. Any idea why? The location was changed to a different folder on the same server that is shared (just like where it as located prior). Below is a screenshot.
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GrahamSkan earned 300 total points
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We can't see where the variable Db is defined.

My guess is that you have lost the Reference to the Microsoft DAO object library.
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I totally orgot about the libraries. The coding for the project was copied over to a new macro on a different (test) document and I forgot to add the proper libraries. That part is working now but I am getting different error now. Any ideas? This is on a Windows Vista 64bit machine in case that makes a difference.
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