Runtime error 50289

vijayendra.shukla

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Hi,

I am trying to generate a dynamic user-form via vb code. I have protected the code module using VBA Project Properties. But when I re-open the workbook and run the code, I am getting the
"Runtime error - '50289' - Application defined or Object defined error.".

When I tried putting some msgbox after particular lines, i got to know that error is coming while executing the below given line:
Code:
Set TempForm = ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents.Add(3)
Here TempForm is defined as Object using Dim statement.

I am not sure why it is showing this error for this particular line.

But When code is not protected, it runs fine without any error. Is there any way that I can protect my code without getting into this error.

Thanks for your help and time.
 

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This may seem like a strange question but, why are you generating userforms dynamically?

Also why are you protecting the code?

If you do want to protect and then use this code you would have to unprotect, run the code then re-protect.

As far as I know there is no reliable way to do that programatically, you could try SendKeys I suppose.:)
 

vijayendra.shukla

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Thanks Norie for your response.

I am generating UF dynamically because the data i want to display is not constant, and it keeps on changing for different input values.

I am protecting the code from anyone modifying it accidentally. That is why I have Locked the project from viewing.

Also can you please help me on how to use SendKeys here in this case.

Thanks.
 

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