By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Early vs. Late Binding in Microsoft Access VBA
In this video, I'll discuss the differences between early vs. late binding in Microsoft Access VBA. We'll see how to take the code from my Outlook Email video and change it from early to late binding for greater compatibility.
Bradley from Garland City, Arkansas (a Platinum Member) asks: I used the code in your Send Email from Access using Outlook video, and it works great on my PC, but a few people in the office get error messages. Could it be because they have different versions of Office installed?
There is no Extended Cut for this video, however Members get access to the Extended Cuts for ALL of my TechHelp videos, including the original Send Email video. I have posted an updated database file for the Gold Members to download with the late binding code.
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