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2005-08-10, 19:03 #1
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Identifying Missing Add-In (Word XP)
First, I would like to thank everyone for all the help they've given in the past. I hope someone can help me again.
I have a little loop in a piece of code that is supposed to set a flag if a particular add-in is found. Here it is:
For Each WPCTemplate In AddIns
If UCase(WPCTemplate.Name) = "WPC.DOT" Then WPCAddInPresent = True
(This is just a paraphrase, without a graceful "Exit For")
The problem that sometimes comes up is that users may have an add-in listed, but not available (for example, if a particular drive-letter is not mapped, as just happened to me.) At those times, it seems there is no method or property I can use without kicking out an error when the loop hits that particular add-in.
Other than trapping the particular error, is there any way I can find out anything about the offending non-existent object?<font face="Comic Sans MS">That's what you do in a herd; you look out for each other!</font face=comic> - Mike
2005-08-10, 19:57 #2
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Re: Identifying Missing Add-In (Word XP)
Can you use the Templates collection instead of the AddIns collection?