Compile error

1r3o2n8
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See ID:35761603 for my PSBWIRE wkbk if need be.  I have been developing this webk for several months and it works fine on my 3 computers. Now it's time to move it to the computer that will be its final home.  OOPS!  "Compile error.  Can't find project or library".The new computer has Excel 2007 but it has never been used and thus no projects.  Perhaps it must be initiated somehow or some options need to be selected.  The wkbk loads and I can get rid of the error box, but no command buttons function.  The spreadsheets work okay.  Your kind attrention to this matter will be sincerely appreciated. Please give me thorough instructions as my knowledge is not great in this area.   rgds/ron
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor
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Hi, first a simple quesion: the 3 computers that the wbk is working on, what Add-Ins are enabled there? Are they also enabled on the new computer? Look in Tools menu 'Add-Ins'.

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Please be specific on location of Tools menu.  I don't see it and haven't used it.  Thanks for your quick response.  I can't get to the new computer until Wed.
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Open the workbook on the problem machine, open the VB editor and check under Tools-References for any checked references that are shown starting with 'MISSING:'
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor
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You can open the VB editor using the <ALT><F11> key combination.

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On the 3 main machines, all looks okay-there are no "missing" items.  On the new machine, "references" is grayed out.  Please help.
You have to stop the macro before accessing the references. To do that you have to click on the icon with a blue square which is usually in the middle of the toolbar. If you cannot find you can simply close the VBA window ( which will warn you of stopping the macro) and then open it again.


THIS IS NOT FOR POINTS, ONLY ASSISTING RORY'S POST

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With macrto stopped, I got to referencex and Xed out the missing one.  All works fine now.  Thanks for your help.rgds/ron

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