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Old 02-20-2019, 02:19 PM   #16
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Re: Progress Meters (Including Dual-Bar)

Assuming you are using any version of Office from 2007 onwards, the Microsoft DAO 3.6 Library has been superceded by the Microsoft Office xx.0 Access database engine library where xx is a number like 12, 14,15,16 depending on your Access version. The newer reference is installed by default

You can't have both and should use the newer reference

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Re: Progress Meters (Including Dual-Bar)

After checking on Colin's suggestion, let me ask you this: did you actually import the clsMeter module from my files into your database? If you copied the code from it instead and just pasted it, then you need to make certain that you saved it in a class module, not a regular one.

I bring this up because that error is telling you that the class module 'clsMeter' can't be found.
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Re: Progress Meters (Including Dual-Bar)

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After checking on Colin's suggestion, let me ask you this: did you actually import the clsMeter module from my files into your database? If you copied the code from it instead and just pasted it, then you need to make certain that you saved it in a class module, not a regular one.

I bring this up because that error is telling you that the class module 'clsMeter' can't be found.

This was the answer guys. Thank you!


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