And Access won't let me expand the window so that I can see the whole path. But here's the problem- when I select the reference on the other database, I can't see the whole path see screenshot below. That's only required if you're creating a brand new object. Why shouldn't I have a reference to the Office object library except during development. If you set a reference to v10. This lets you use AutoComplete, compilation checks, the Office help files, etc.
Do you have a response to my second question? Please post all follow-up questions to the newsgroup. It backward compatible with Office 2003. Why not use late binding during development? What can I do to get a reference to Microsoft Office 8. Why don't have Microsoft Office 8. Please post all follow-up questions to the newsgroup. However the target machine have Office 2003 installed and therefore only have Excel 11. David, Thank you for taking the time to respond! This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread.
Best Regards, Nathan Ost Microsoft Online Community Support Nathan's told you a way to try and get the reference back. Select File File File Size Office2010DevRefs. For me, the object library was only missing from the references window while using vba editor in Inventor. What can I do to get a reference to Microsoft Office 8. Why is it available for one database and not the other? Can I get it separately, or can we fix this issue somehow? Why don't have Microsoft Office 8.
I'm creating an Access97 application for another person and need to set a reference to Microsoft Office 8. I have Office 2007 installed on my machine. I then clicked browse in the new window and found my dll file. Good Luck to all and Happy New Year. If you can then check the Version property to see which version you have installed. He is using a code that I generated to export a bill of materials from Inventor to excel. Anyway, thanks for your help Jim.
Make sure that they have the same number of library references selected as you do. Should I remove the reference? What about CreateObject; is that applicable? I have a project with reference to the Access Object Library for Office 2007. Rolf David, Thanks for responding! Even I'm struggling to create a tlb and idl file. I recently upgraded to office 2016, so the sequence of actions may have been the cause for the object library missing from the references window. Used your solution and now works fine. I got what I should have expected: another compile error telling me that the user defined data type, Balloon, was undefined. We will try to provide further suggestions to solve the issue.
I need the Microsoft Office 8. Look at my open source project. It should be located in the Office14 folder. This component allows you to read and write excel files. If so, what would be the filename for the library? The library is present on every machine that has Access installed - unlike some other libraries, I've yet to see this one cause any problems with broken refs.
Why not use late binding during development? Why don't have Microsoft Office 8. I need the Microsoft Office 8. Why not use late binding during development? So I have remedied it for the short term by disabling the macro The second spreadsheet doesn't show any errors, again an egg timer that never goes. I need the Microsoft Office 8. It is not recommended to use Office interop on server side. I tried to find answers from msdn and microsoft support page but couldn't find anything? Rolf David, Thank you for taking the time to respond! Excel 2016 for Mac Word 2016 for Mac Word for Mac 2011 Excel for Mac 2011 PowerPoint for Mac 2011 PowerPoint for Mac You can select another application's objects that you want available in your code by setting a reference to that application's object library.
This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. However, to avoid repetitions of this problem in the future or on other machines , you might consider using Late Binding so that you don't need the reference at all. I'm creating an Access97 application for another person and need to set a reference to Microsoft Office 8. If the library is not even shown, you may need to re-register it. To be honest, though, I'm not sure whether your reference to the CommandBars collection is going to work if you don't have the reference set. Feedback Buttons provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. We will try to make a test with it.
Sheets 1 'First is row, then Column ws. Rick, I need the Microsoft Office 8. How do I apply late binding? Early binding lets you use the Type Library during development. Most of the time, that should work unless you have used some new functionality that was just added in 16. To view the Help content outside of the Office 2010 products, you must download and install an HxS viewer from a third-party site.