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Repeated Warning: "There are Updated Custom Wrappers Available..."

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TC
Every time I open my project, I get a warning which says "There are
updated custom wrappers available for the following referenced
components: Office."

When I double-click on the warning, I get a dialog box which says "One
or more custom wrappers for COM components have been installed on your
machine after you added references to those COM components. These
wrappers may provide additional capabilities not offered by the
auto-generated wrappers currently in use. Do you want to replace the
auto-generated wrappers with the custom wrappers?" If I click yes, the
warning goes away for the current session, but appears the next time I
open the project.

I'm not sure, but I think the warning occurs because my project has a
reference to the Microsoft Office 9.0 Object Library, even though the
Microsoft Office 10.0 Object Library is also installed on my PC. I've
chosen to do that because I want my code to be compatible with Office
2000.

Am I right about the cause of the warning? If so, how can I make it go
away?
-TC

Sep 7 '06 #1
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I'm not sure, but I think the warning occurs because my project has a
reference to the Microsoft Office 9.0 Object Library, even though the
Microsoft Office 10.0 Object Library is also installed on my PC. I've
chosen to do that because I want my code to be compatible with Office
2000.

Am I right about the cause of the warning? If so, how can I make it go
away?
-TC
Just a stab in the dark here, but look at the reference properties,
check ones such as "Copy Local", try setting to true. As to gettting
rid of the prompt if you want your code built on the older dll's, I
have no idea other than ignoring the warning.

Someone more knowledgeable will probably chime in with a more
authoritative answer.

Bob

Sep 7 '06 #2

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