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Start your 7-day free trial. I wear a lot of hats LVL Patrick Matthews Commented: FTbridge, Those libraries are not simply available for download. If they were not included in your Office then you are out of luck. Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Your issues matter to us. It's more than this solution. Get answers and train to solve all your tech problems - anytime, anywhere.https://gruzovye-podkovy.ru/profiles
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Close ' now close the connection cn. Hi there, Nope, don't have to be running the same Excel version, but you have to code for that possibility. A later version automatically upgrades the references on you, which gives you the issue going back. Learn how to use our KB tags!
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Use the 'Thread Tools' menu to mark your own threads solved! Trying to set references in code opens an extra can of worms, with additional security levels, and more opportunities for problems.
The real solution to this problem is to use a multi-file approach. The code goes into an add-in; each user installs the add-in, and if any updated references are present, they update on that user's computer without screwing up anyone else's. All the data is stored in another workbook; when you receive a workbook from another user, there's no code and no references in the workbook to cause problems.
Hey Jon, That's a different approach than I've used in the past, but I'd agree that it would be the preferable one. I does take a little more groundwork and organization to set up, though, but ultimately should avoid this problem entirely. Darnit all though I was quite proud of those entries! Ken - I spent weeks with one client trying to incorporate a similar system into his existing solution, which was based on a single workbook that contained all the code.
His program used Solver, which is among the least friendly add-ins to interact with. The references crashed half the time. We ended up using Application.