Since your app must work with the older libraries, why not just set a
reference to those libraries instead of v11.0 fo that project?
"Phil Reynolds" wrote:
> I have Access 2000 and 2003 on my development machine. My client only has
> Access 2000. When I develop for this client, I run Access 2000. However, my
> code requires that I have the Microsoft Word Object Library and Microsoft
> Outlook Object Library listed in References.
> As I result, on my machine they're listed as version 11.0, and then, when I
> upload the file, they show as missing. So I have to go through the steps of
> removing the references and then re-adding them on the client's machine for
> version 9.0. Obviously this is a bit of a pain I'd prefer to avoid.
> I realize I could use late binding. But the code's already written, and I'd
> prefer not to have rewrite everything -- at least not at this point.
> Any ideas for how I can make this work without having to continually remove
> and re-add the libraries?