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Error in Macro from Inherited Spreadsheet

Posted on 2014-01-17
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All,

See attached - a bit of a monster.

I have removed any sensitive data and made the data anonymous.
So it may be a bit untidy.

1. Click Ctl+k

2. This macro crashes

Compile Error - Can't find project or Library
Peter-Test.xls
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Question by:Patrick O'Dea
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als315 earned 1500 total points
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Can you explain expected result of your macro:
Sub Start_Click()
'  ***************   what the problem ?  6661
Update.DTTo.Value = Date - 1
Update.DTFrom.Value = Date - 1
Update.DTFrom.Day = 1
Update.Show
End Sub

Update - your form, but I can't find fields DTTo and other there
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by:Patrick O'Dea
ID: 39790346
Thanks for als315,

I am afraid that I cannot answer your question ..... as I have been asking the same one!

I did not develop the sheet ...... it is an old sheet that has been around for years....long story..
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