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    Access - references (Win XP Access 2003)

    I have marked the following references - Visual Basic For Applications, Microsoft Access 11.0 Object Library, OLE Automation, Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library, and Microsoft ActiveXData Objects 2.1 Library. What do I gain by adding Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility 5.3? Recommended? Anything else?

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    Re: Access - references (Win XP Access 2003)

    The absolute minimum is Visual Basic for Applications and Microsoft Access 11.0 Object Library. You cannot turn those reference off.

    Normally, you don't need Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility 5.3. You only need it if you want to use VBA code to create or modify VBA code on the fly. You probably won't need OLE Automation either.

    Whether you need DAO and/or ADO depends on the code you have to manipulate recordsets and the like.

    If you want to manipulate toolbars in code, you need a reference to the Microsoft Office 11.0 Object Library.

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