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I copied a form from an older db and when I paste it in, I get this error.  I do not see a missing reference though.  Not certain how to fix?

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That's associated with Lotus Notes. Are you doing anything with Lotus in that form? Perhaps there's some type of control on the form that requires that library.
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Scott, thanks for the reply.  In my new DB, I do not have any interaction with Lotus Notes.   In that form, I do jot have any interaction with Lotus Notes.  I thought that possibly I would get that error no matter what form I was copying over.  

I guess my first step would be to fix the broken ref in my older DB which is Lotus Notes Domino Objects.  Do you know which reference that would be in a 2007 DB?  I don't see anything starting with the name "Lotus".

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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I believe it's the "Lotus Notes Automation Class". But if you don't have that on your machine, you won't be able to see the reference. I would think the only way to get to that reference would be to install Lotus Notes on your machine, or to move the database to a machine that has Lotus Notes and Access installed.

However, I would think you'd be able to just do away with it. First try to Compile the database - from the VBA Editor, click Debug - Compile. That should find any code that refers to the reference, and you can remove or comment it out.

Next, open the suspect forms in design view and check the Controls listing (the drop down in the properties box). If there's any control that is a non-native Access control, try removing that.
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thank you
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