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I'm trying to programmatically add and remove the Outlook 11.0 Reference Library in Excel 2003. So far, I have found the following code which successfuly adds the reference:

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Nov 17, 2009

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Jun 19, 2009

i m working on an excel 2007 workbook with ms project functionality. in order to be able to use ms project from within excel i m using early binding. for those who dont know what early binding is:

this works fine if the user has ms project installed on his/her pc.

if the user does not have ms project installed i remove the broken references. this works fine.

but my problem is that when i remove the reference to ms project, my vba project will not compile correctly. thus each time when a user opens the workbook the user gets a "compile error in hidden module" , since the functions of ms project are not available.

for example i get a compile error in the following source
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Exit Function
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I copied this workbook to a computer with Excel 2007 and it bombs out at "Date"
It comes up with a compile error, "Can't find project or library"

In the references window (Tools, References) it has the "Missing: Ref Edit Control" checked and the location at the bottom of this window states "C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice11REFEDIT.DLL".

The reference to Office11 is from the computer with Office 2003 as the computer with Office 2007 has Office12.

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Feb 20, 2009

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When I go to enter either, this blue box appears..."MS Viisual Basic"..with "Can't find project or library"..and if I hit goes to another box that says "References VBAProject"..and then if I hit OK the entry goes in. I think so how along the line I must have made some entry that looks like Basic..for I have not deliberately done that, as I do not know or have used Basic. So how or what do I do to get this out of my spreadsheet?

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i also need this to work if someone puts team c in first combobox this then gets removed in combobox2 then in combobox2 they input team e then both these values are removed for combobox3.

only way I can think of doing it is creating a lot of named ranges and using a lot of if then code which I'd like to avoid.

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My question is, can I make a macro that will edit all the buttons on a specific named sheet (maintenance is the sheet name) in a workbook and take out the external reference.

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Dim NumRows As Integer
Dim NumCols As Integer
Dim ThisRow As Integer
Dim ThatRow As Integer
Dim ThisCol As Integer
Dim J As Integer, K As Integer, x As Integer
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The underlined part above is my main goal here, and I already have the rest covered. I know there is more than one solution for this, but I would prefer a solution that allows me to store the vba code in the excel file itself, so that I only need to distribute the .xls file whenever I want to deploy this spreadsheet somewhere new.

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'do some more stuff
'do a few more things
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