I didn't read very carefully. How do people find this offending line of code if they can't debug to what they need to change? As far as I understand it, this utility exports and then re-imports all modules and classes, which eliminates compiler errors that have crept into the code. Public Sub TryAgain Dim myPowerPoint As PowerPoint. But upon opening the backup copy, the problem did not reoccur. Application There are 4 more Dim statements referring to Excel, so I figure these will probably fail as well: Dim xlBook As Excel. I tried other various steps suggested here and on other forums, but nothing fix the problem.
Are we able to find a good way of finding the offending code when this bug happens so others in the future can avoid this agony? You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. I knew the code worked, because the form would load and no errors. Add a reference, write a little bit of code to test it. If you have any non-standard dims google them and see if you're missing the reference to that library under tools. I closed down Access and reopened the file numerous times between various fix attempts.
The modules inside could not be opened. I know from Google searches and other questions that I am not the only one who has had this issue. After years I have discovered one, if not the, answer to the Microsoft bug of the 'User-defined type not defined' error in Excel. For a couple of examples of how, see Factors of a number, prime numbers, and prime factors of a number and List all folders in a Microsoft Outlook account Tushar Mehta Technology and Operations Consulting www. I compacted and repaired the database more than once. This makes debuging work Ok and means I can use early binding throughout. I think gives you what you need for this.
I compacted and repaired the database more than once. I would like to eventually create a PowerPoint and insert charts generated in the Excel workbook. Locate all the Dim lines and then print it out to sheet and go through them. Application Dim objWordDoc As Word. Setup is Office 2007 Windows 7. It has nothing to do with code per se; it has only to do with the name of the first line of code in each proc, namely the Sub MyProc or Function MyProc line naming the proc.
How do people find this offending line of code if they can't debug to what they need to change? I know from Google searches and other questions that I am not the only one who has had this issue. Therefore the problem was fixed by pointing the button to the correct location. Redirecting Of Banned Users provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. Setup is Office 2007 Windows 7. User Alert System provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. Solution To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account.
These are the controls provided by the component libraries that you just added. Either you will find the offender, or you'll have a new workbook that magically does not have the problem. User Alert System provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. But even after fixing the code the error persisted. Among those controls is one called Button. Next, open the references dialog again, locate the library from the list and re-check the reference that was missing. It also means at run time the same code will work.
Any advice on what I am doing wrong would be much appreciated. If this is the case then uncheck the reference and close the references dialog. However, this means patchinh 100+ templates which is not somthing I want to do. Hiya The only time I have come across that error is when a reference has not been set. With this library selected, the macro will now run without the compile error as long as the session indicated in the macro currently has Windows focus. Either you will find the offender, or you'll have a new workbook that magically does not have the problem. Suggestions above to incrementally remove code from your project, or conversely strip all code and incrementally add it back in, were on the right track but they didn't follow thru.
It just looks like even if you load the reference from the dynamically loaded module, it loads but the compiler does not know about it. Add a sub or function, again, write a little test sub to run it, also ensure it compiles. The Excel file only contains this code in a module. Jim Luedke I had the same error yesterday: I had two classes, cProgress and cProgressEx, in my project, one of which was no longer used, and when I removed cProgress class I was given this same compilation error. In my case someone got into the Visual Basic and accidentally unchecked it. Nothing else is written yet.