troubleshooting Question

GP Utilities: VBA Project References Some Objects Not Found

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Hello:

Upon launching the GP Utilities icon for GP 2013 R2 (12.00.1920), I get a message saying "The Microsoft_Dynamics_GP.vba project references some objects that cannot be found.  These objects are listed in the file: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics\GP2013\Dynamics.txt."

The following is what appears in this Dynamics.txt file:

'(L) PushButtonM11' of window 'RM_Customer_Summary' of form 'RM_Summary'

I realize that GP Utilities is not truly affected, by this message.  And, GP 2013 is functioning just fine, for our end users.  I have received no complaints about VBA or modified forms.

But, is there an easy way of cleaning this up without making the situation worse?

Thanks!

John
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