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Runtime Error 13 Type Mismatch

Posted on 2014-03-10
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I am getting this error based on the code below.  Can someone tell why I would get this error?

Dim objChart As Chart
Set objChart = Me.Graph1.Object.Application.Chart
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Question by:ICTIndika
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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I think this should be enough:
Dim objChart As Chart
Set objChart = Me.Graph1.Object
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by:ICTIndika
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I am still getting the same error. I am using Access 2013, I am wondering if I don't have the right library reference.
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by:ICTIndika
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I have checked I do have the Microsoft Graph 15 object Library reference checked. Is there any other I should have?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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what are the references you have activated in your project?
I don't have ms access 2013, so I cannot check what references you have.
can you check with full object type the me.graph1.object would be?
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by:pdebaets
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It is interesting that you have a variable named "obj...". Could it be that this is supposed to be a variable of type Object?

Dim objChart As Object

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by:ICTIndika
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After checking I was missing the proper reference.
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