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Wierd problem in VBA code re Mid function

  Asked By: Hamish    Date: Jan 26    Category: MS Office    Views: 2581
  

I have changed from one machine to another recently and have started
getting a "Compile Error"
"Can't find project or library "
unexplainedly when I run a routine (that worked on the old machine).
I am using Office Professional 2003 on Windows XP.

The compile error occurs on the VBA statement:
currow = Int(Mid(ActiveCell.Address, locrowt1 + 1))

The problem appears to be that the Mid function is not being
recognized as a valid function. In this spreadsheet, whenever I
type "MID(" no autocomplete help shows as it does, for example if I
type "Instr(". This suggests that something is corrupted the
recognition of the built-in function "Mid".

If I create a new spreadsheet, and place the same statement in a
routine, then all is fine.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Alexander Fields     Answered On: Jan 26


Not sure of my ground here; on my xp pro with xl2003 under
Tools|References in the VBE I have:

Visual Basic For Applications
Microsoft Excel 11.0 Object Library
OLE Automation
Microsoft Office 11.0 Object Library

all checked, any of those missing?

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Vivian Ruiz     Answered On: Jan 26

Is this a Duh! or what?

I use this a lot. I though so and I just verified. MID is a $tring
function... It is MID$( then you should get the auto complete.

Excel 2002 VB 6.3 on Win XP

 
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