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Getting the error: "User-defined type not defined" - Why am I getting this error?


Getting the error: "User-defined type not defined" - Why am I getting...

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Why do I get this error? Please take a look at the picture below here:







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LongPtr is not a true data type because it transforms to a Long in 32-bit environments, or a LongLong in 64-bit environments. Using LongPtr enables writing portable code that can run in both 32-bit and 64-bit environments.



I don't think LongPtr is compatible with VB6.

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Thank for the help, works perfect Smile



The thing is that this code was written in Excel from the beginning, then implementet in Visual Bassic 6 in Visual Studio.



Can you please tell me what is wrong with this error down here:





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How is IE decalared?
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You can make the objects in the Internet Explorer available to Visual Basic through the References dialog box. The References dialog box lists all the objects available to Visual Basic. You access the dialog box by selecting Tools/References from the menu bar. Select a reference to the Internet Explorer object library. The proper reference is described in the dialog box as "Microsoft Internet Controls."

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