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Using MZtools Freeware for VBA

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Hi -
I know I have lots of dead code in my Access 2000 app. I wanted to
remove it and I saw this free software on prior posts to remove dead
code. My problem is that I downloaded the VBA version and I can't
figure out how to execute it! The instructions say to use the
installed icons, but I have Help, Uninstall and a link to the web site.
I tried the VB60 version and got the same results.

Can anyone help? I'm feeling a little stupid right about now, and
hoping someone knows what to do here.

thanks
sara

Dec 30 '05 #1
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"sara" <sa*******@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@g44g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
Hi -
I know I have lots of dead code in my Access 2000 app. I wanted to
remove it and I saw this free software on prior posts to remove dead
code. My problem is that I downloaded the VBA version and I can't
figure out how to execute it! The instructions say to use the
installed icons, but I have Help, Uninstall and a link to the web site.
I tried the VB60 version and got the same results.

Can anyone help? I'm feeling a little stupid right about now, and
hoping someone knows what to do here.

thanks
sara


Sara,

For use in A2K, you must use the VBA version (Version 3). Once it's
installed go to the code window, Add In Manager. You should see it in the
list. Once it's loaded, you should see it in the Tools menu and you can
activate the MZ-Tools toolbar.

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Randy Harris
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Dec 30 '05 #2

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Randy Harris wrote:
"sara" <sa*******@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@g44g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
Hi -
I know I have lots of dead code in my Access 2000 app. I wanted to
remove it and I saw this free software on prior posts to remove dead
code. My problem is that I downloaded the VBA version and I can't
figure out how to execute it! The instructions say to use the
installed icons, but I have Help, Uninstall and a link to the web site.
I tried the VB60 version and got the same results.

Can anyone help? I'm feeling a little stupid right about now, and
hoping someone knows what to do here.

thanks
sara

Sara,

For use in A2K, you must use the VBA version (Version 3). Once it's
installed go to the code window, Add In Manager. You should see it in the
list. Once it's loaded, you should see it in the Tools menu and you can
activate the MZ-Tools toolbar.


You may also need to register the MZTOOLS3.DLL with a command line like this:

regsvr32 c:\<path to the file>\mztools3.dll

typed in at a Command Prompt window.

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'John Mishefske
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Dec 31 '05 #3

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sara wrote in message
<11**********************@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups .com> :
Hi -
I know I have lots of dead code in my Access 2000 app. I wanted to
remove it and I saw this free software on prior posts to remove dead
code. My problem is that I downloaded the VBA version and I can't
figure out how to execute it! The instructions say to use the
installed icons, but I have Help, Uninstall and a link to the web site.
I tried the VB60 version and got the same results.

Can anyone help? I'm feeling a little stupid right about now, and
hoping someone knows what to do here.

thanks
sara


I think, if you download the current version (MZ-Tools 3.0 for VBA), it
comes with an installation file (MZTools3VBASetup.exe), which should be
able to perform a successfull installation by doubleclick.

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Roy-Vidar
Jan 2 '06 #4

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