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    Mid Function (2000 on Windows 2000)

    A quick question - I copied a Database from my networked work computer to a laptop (both running the same software) and had trouble with the Mid Function. I get an error saying it cannot find the correct library. I looked in the references and found a missing library for Outlook 9.0. My question is that this does not seem to be an Outlook issue and that the Mid function should be located in another library somewhere. All other libraries are correct. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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    Re: Mid Function (2000 on Windows 2000)

    This is "typical" behavior - when there is a missing reference, Access will report that functions from the standard Visual Basic for Applications library are unknown, usually a date or string function. If you need the Outlook library, you will have to set a reference to the version of Access that is available on the laptop. If you don't need it, just clear the missing reference. This should make the errors go away.

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    Re: Mid Function (2000 on Windows 2000)

    THanks,

    I will give this a try.
    Kevin

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