How to resolve 'Your Microsoft Access database or project contains a missing or broken reference to the file 'excelloaderctrl.dll' version 1.0.' from an Access 2010 application?

How to resolve the following error:

I am using Windows7 and Microsoft Access 2010.

When I open a Microsoft Access 2010 application (mdb type file), I get the following error:

Your Microsoft Access database or project contains a missing or broken reference to the file 'excelloaderctrl.dll' version 1.0.

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In the applicaiton REFERENCES, I have the following 2 checked:

Microsoft Excel 11.0 Object Library
ExcelloaderCtrl 1.0 Type Library
zimmer9Asked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try,
unchecking  Microsoft Excel 11.0 Object Library then click OK
go back and look for Microsoft Excel 11.0 Object Library and check
then click OK

this will refresh the connection to the libraries

do a debug>compile
correct any errors raised.
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
On the machine where the DB was developed,  a piece of software exists that provided that control.

 Functions it contains may or may not be used in the current DB, so first thing is to simply un-check it and see if the app compiles.   If it does, your set.

If it does not and you see code related to that control, then you'll either need to remove the code, or install the software that provides that control.

Jim.
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