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DIM statement in VBA

Ok Experts,

I'm not a programmer and this is a programming basic so I know this is quick points for you!

I'm following the instructions on this link:

http://techniclee.wordpress.com/2010/12/16/new-mail-notification-for-an-additional-mailbox/

When I get to Step 3, the DIM statement fails with User-defined type not defined.  I moved it from line 1 to line 8 and it still doesn't work.

     01 Dim objFM1 As FolderMonitor  
     02    
     03 Private Sub Application_Quit()  
     04     Set objFM1 = Nothing  
     05 End Sub  
     06    
     07 Private Sub Application_Startup()  
     08     Set objFM1 = New FolderMonitor  
     09     'Edit the folder path on the next line as needed.'  
    10     objFM1.FolderToWatch OpenOutlookFolder("Mailbox - TechnicLee\Inbox")  
    11 End Sub

Can you please tell me where to place that statement and if I need to anything else to make this code snipet work?
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Steph_M
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
Did you create a class module called FolderMonitor as described in Part 2?
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Steph_MAuthor Commented:
Rookie mistake.

I didn't rename the class module to FolderMoniter. Thank you.

Steph
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