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bigdin (TechnicalUser) (OP)
12 May 04 16:54
Hello,
      I am trying to load a program but XP tells there is no VBA(2627.01)or something in that style what is wrong.

                       thanks.....Denis
  
gpalmer711 (IS/IT--Management)
12 May 04 17:28
VBA stands for "Visual Basic for Applications" and is normally installed as part of an MS Office installation.

If you have Office installed on your machine then you should reinstall the VBA portion.

If you do not have office or still experience problems then let us know what application you are trying to run.

Greg Palmer
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bcastner (IS/IT--Management)
12 May 04 20:08
You used to be able to download and install VBA under an educational package, but not for a long time.

Greg Palmer is right, contact the software publisher, or install an Office application.  This will give you the necessary run-time and other .DLLs needed.

It might be true that you can just get the run-time .DLLs from the SDK kit for VBA.  Microsoft offers this for shipping costs ($7.95), an easy Google.
bigdin (TechnicalUser) (OP)
13 May 04 2:33
Thank you both. I'll find my office cd.......Denis

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