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I had Office 2000 and upgraded to Office 2003, now everytime I go to close a
document I created in Office 2000 i get the above error message - can anyone
give me any ideas what to do about this - everything works, it's just
aggrevating - I've read something about setting variables, but I have NO idea
what they are talking about

Help please
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In VBA or VB prior to VB.NET, you needed to do:

Set objSomeVariable = New Bla Bla Bla

Without using the 'Set' keyword, you would get the error you are encountering

Then you need to destroy the object reference like so:

Set objSomeVariable = Nothing


"champcf" wrote:

I had Office 2000 and upgraded to Office 2003, now everytime I go to close a
document I created in Office 2000 i get the above error message - can anyone
give me any ideas what to do about this - everything works, it's just
aggrevating - I've read something about setting variables, but I have NO idea
what they are talking about

Help please

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Crouchie
Thanks for the response, I'm assuming the VBA is the one you can choolse
while in word?

"Crouchie1998" wrote:

In VBA or VB prior to VB.NET, you needed to do:

Set objSomeVariable = New Bla Bla Bla

Without using the 'Set' keyword, you would get the error you are encountering

Then you need to destroy the object reference like so:

Set objSomeVariable = Nothing


"champcf" wrote:

I had Office 2000 and upgraded to Office 2003, now everytime I go to close a
document I created in Office 2000 i get the above error message - can anyone
give me any ideas what to do about this - everything works, it's just
aggrevating - I've read something about setting variables, but I have NO idea
what they are talking about

Help please

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Ok Crouchie, thanks again for the response, but this is all greek to me -
where do I change this and where do I find this? thanks

"Crouchie1998" wrote:

In VBA or VB prior to VB.NET, you needed to do:

Set objSomeVariable = New Bla Bla Bla

Without using the 'Set' keyword, you would get the error you are encountering

Then you need to destroy the object reference like so:

Set objSomeVariable = Nothing


"champcf" wrote:

I had Office 2000 and upgraded to Office 2003, now everytime I go to close a
document I created in Office 2000 i get the above error message - can anyone
give me any ideas what to do about this - everything works, it's just
aggrevating - I've read something about setting variables, but I have NO idea
what they are talking about

Help please

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