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Missing Lotus Notes Automation Class, Domino Objects also

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Hello, I have a missing reference in an older 2007 db.  What reference should I use in 2010?  I also have a Lotus Notes Domino Objects broken reference.  

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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You'd have to figure out what reference is missing, and then post that information here. We could perhaps suggest how you might resolve that missing reference issue.

However - do you need the Lotus Notes reference? If your database doesn't have any interaction with Notes, then you might be able to just remove the reference.
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