troubleshooting Question

VBA Class Not Registered

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Denten McDougallFlag for Canada asked on
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft 365Windows OSWindows 10VBA
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I have a windows 10 64bit system that we have 64 bit Solidworks installed on it and utilize a bunch of VBA based macros on it.  

I have always installed 32bit Office 365 on our systems, but accidentally installed the 64bit version and then the macros didn't work even though they have been changed to 64bit many years ago.

So, I uninstalled 64bit Office 365 and reinstalled the 32bit version but now i am getting this error when trying to run the macro's.....

Can someone please help me identify what I need to re-register to get these working again


Class Not Registed
Daniel PineaultPresident / Owner CARDA Consultants Inc.
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