Map network drive using EnumNetworkDrives gives object required error in access 2013

I need to map network drives to copy a file !  I tried to use the microsoft suggested function getnextletter but am getting errors.
Seems the oDrives is not an object As I get object required at that line!

    Public Function GetNextLetter(DriveLetter)
          'Start x at the ascii value of the drive letter to start the search
       'unless something is passed in. This sample uses capital letters and
       'starts at F.
       If IsEmpty(DriveLetter) Then
        x = 70
        x = Asc(DriveLetter)
       End If
       Set oDrives = wshNet.EnumNetworkDrives

       'Step by two since the first item in the collection is the drive letter
       'and the second item is the network mapping
       For i = 0 To oDrives.Count - 1 Step 2
        If Chr(x) & ":" = oDrives.Item(i) Then
            x = x + 1
        End If
       GetNextLetter = Chr(x) & ":"
    End Function

The VBA that references this function is!

Private Sub Command0_Click()
Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set wshNet = CreateObject("WScript.Network")

strSource = GetNextLetter("F")
wshNet.MapNetworkDrive strSource, "\\TQFPRK06\project management\"
strDestination = GetNextLetter("F")     '<-- You can change the letter.  It represents the starting letter to work from.
wshNet.MapNetworkDrive strDestination, "\\TQFPRK06\Tech_drive\"
strSource = strSource & "test.xlsx"

objFSO.CopyFile strSource, strDestination & "\"
wshNet.RemoveNetworkDrive strDestination, True
wshNet.RemoveNetworkDrive strSource, True

Set objFSO = Nothing
Set wshNetwork = Nothing
End sub


Peter GrovesAsked:
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You can't use object without declaration. As a test you can declare wshnet as global object immediately after Option Compare Database in the beginning of module:
Global wshnet As Object

I don't like to have global variables, because it may be changed anywhere and it will be difficult to debug it. I prefer also to declare all used variables and add Option Explicit to any module. In this case you will get an error on any non declared variable.

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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
Thats what my problem was , thanks.  

Author confirmed answer, but forgot to close question
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