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    I just got upgraded to 64b and went from 2008 to 2009 MEP and I can't see the type libraries in my list... how do I get them back?

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    You can only see the ones that are installed. Which ones are you looking for?
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    Please be aware that VBA in 64-bit runs much slower than in 32-bit.
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    Default Re: reference libraries

    The ones for MEP. I found some of them in shared files. I am learning vb.net, but have a library of vba that I would like to use.

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    Default Re: reference libraries

    Quote Originally Posted by cparvez View Post
    The ones for MEP. I found some of them in shared files. I am learning vb.net, but have a library of vba that I would like to use.
    You can convert most of your vba without too much trouble using COM Interop objects. As Robert mentioned, vba is going to be noticably slowing on a 64bit os.
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