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VBA error in Excel 2007

VBA error in Excel 2007

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I'm going to do my best to explain the problem I have the best I can.

I am using excel 2007 and the VBA associated with it. I don't think it is visual basic 6.0 or not, the program just says VBA. I created a form and the code associated with it fine, but I ran into a problem when I'm trying to include a winsock box into the form so it can connect to an outside source. I have installed the proper mswinsk.ocx and tried everything I can think of, but I can't add a winsock box to my form. When I do try to add a winsock box to the form I get the error "The subject is not trusted for the specified action." I think the code will work properly if I can just add the winsock box to the form.

Please help me with any advice you have.

RE: VBA error in Excel 2007

VBA is not VB6. you have posted in an entirely inappropriate forum yet again.

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