DLL File Missing error message in MS Access

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My computer runs with Windows 7 and I have installed Office 2003. I am a regular user of MS Access 2003. Some programs runs with VBA and it was working properly. When I am executing any Access program which is using a macro to get data from Access table to load to another application, an error message is coming. The message says ‘Database includes a broken or missing reference to the DLL file.’ I have tried something to solve the problem. But there was no change in the result. I am getting an error message when the macro is executing. The error message says that ‘Compile error. Type is not user defined’. Please help me to get out of this problem. Thanks in advance.

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DLL File Missing error message in MS Access

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Hi Therese,

You may wish to check if the DLL extension the error is referring to any code, line or data on your Database. If it is not referring to any of your codes or data, you may want to open any code window, then go to Tools option > References option. You then need to look for and uncheck the broken reference DLL. You can then recompile your database and it should be good to go.

If the DLL extension is referring to any part of your database, the part which uses the extension will not work properly to not a t all. You would then need to reregister the DLL to your system then read it back to your references.

Aristono

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DLL File Missing error message in MS Access

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Hi Therese Morales no problem. Here are the steps you need to follow;

You may have to register the Dao360.dll file and the Msado15.dll file by using the Regsvr32.exe program. To do this, follow these steps:

Click Start, and then click Run.

In the Run dialog box, type the following commands in the Open box, and then click OK

Regsvr32.exe "<<Dao360.dll_Path>>"
Regsvr32.exe "<<Msado15.dll_Path>>"
The <<Dao360.dll_Path>> placeholder is the absolute path of the Dao360.dll file. 
The<<Msado15.dll_Path>> placeholder is the absolute path of the Msado15.dll file.

The following examples show how you may specify an absolute path:

Regsvr32.exe "C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedDAODao360.dll".Regsvr32.exe "C:Program FilesCommon FilessystemadoMsado15.dll".If the Dao360.dll file is successfully registered, you receive a message that is similar to the following message: DllRegisterServer in C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedDAODao360.dll succeeded.

If the Msado15.dll file is successfully registered, you receive a message that is similar to the following message: DllRegisterServer in C:Program FilesCommon FilessystemadoMsado15.dll succeeded. Click OK.

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