I've written a piece of kit on Excel 2016 that uses a combination of formula and vba macros. Basically some of the people that will be using this may be using an older version of Excel (2013 or 2010). When testing out whether the file will run on 2013 the Microsoft Powerpoint 16.0 library was missing and some of the code would not run. The only fix was to add the Microsoft PowerPoint 15.0 library and then it seemed to work. Audio hijack pro core keygen cs5. Is there any way to add the libraries automatically when I send this file to other people, or add the 15.0, 14.0 and 13.0 library's in my copy so that this is not an issue for other users? EDIT From further reading it appears that older versions of excel use different libraries and it doesn't look like you can 'pick and choose' whether to use 16.0, 15.0 etc. (Please correct me if I'm wrong).
Apparently there is something called 'Early/Late Binding' which might help me out, I assume this is referencing within my actual VBA code so if that is a viable solution any more information would be appreciated.
I need some help so solve this one. I have an excel file that is used by a lot of people in my company but some of us have Excel+Outlook 2013, others 2010 and some still with 2007.
The porpose of the excel file is to send an email to a list of contacts. After someone with a more recent version of the Office runs the macro, those who have an older version get an error message and shows up the debug window with the vba code.
The solution we have right now is to manually uncheck the current 'Microsoft Outlook Object Library Reference' and check an older version 'Microsoft Outlook Object Library Reference'.
However I believe there is a way to go around this but I don't know how.
Thank you for your help.
Missing: Microsoft PowerPoint 16.0 Object Library (Excel VBA) Ask Question. 14.0 and 13.0 library's in my copy so that this is not an issue for other users?