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Manifest definition "InterOp.Excel" does not match assembly reference.

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I am having a problem getting a pointer to an existing running Excel
process on a client machine.

Here are some details:
1) I have tested out the code on the development machine and it works
fine. (Excel XP)
2) The code works fine on a machine in our offices with Excel 2000.
3) On the client machine (with Excel 2000), the code does not work.

I wrote some diagnostic tests to further try and see what was going on
and I got the following error message:

The located assembly's manifest definition with name InterOp.Excel
does not match the assembly reference.

I used the Excel8.olb (Excel 97?) type library to build the
application, so I am assuming that it would work for all versions of
Excel beyond Excel97 ?

Can anyone help me in this matter? Thanks in advance.

Nov 16 '05 #1
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Hi Chris,

It seems that there is another assembly with the same name in the .net
fusion probind path.

I think you may try to take a look at the KB Article below.

PRB: "FileLoadException" Error Message When the .NET Runtime Searches for
Assemblies by Using the Probing Tag of the Application Configuration File
Best regards,

Peter Huang
Microsoft Online Partner Support

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