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    So, I have this macro it works on my machine and I’m using MS Project 2007 SP2. A colleague has the same set-up, yet when he tries to run the macro from the Project file he gets the following message: “Object library invalid or contains references to object definitions that could not be found” We have check references in VB Editor and disabled items….any ideas on what could be the issue?

    Michael Cole

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    In Microsoft Project you will need to turn on the appropriate Object library that is causing the error.  This can be done by going to Macro, Visual Basic editior, then within Visual Basic select tools references and enabling the appropriate application that is part of the macro that you are running.  Since you don’t mention what the macro is doing, this should get you close.  I would also make sure that SP2 was installed on your colleague’s machine.
    John Riopel
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