VBA reference listing

DavidB

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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2013
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  1. Windows
Hi there

I am trying to get a custom application that integrates with Power Point, Excel and Visio to work in a new environment. We have achieved success in most areas but some of the remaining issues suggest problems with the references not being enabled. Our issue is to identify these particular references and set them up correctly.

Under the VBA Tools / References menu path there is a listing of Available references that can be selected by way of tick boxes and also a path for the individual references.

Q1 The list is very long and complicated. Is there any way to export this list to Excel of a text file so that I can do a side by comparison between what references are loaded in two different machines?

Q2 Our focus is looking at the references from Excel but later we may need to look at the references from VBA. Does anyone know of a site equivalent to MrExcel.com for Visio issues.

Thanks DavidB
 

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