This behavior occurs if you use an incorrect value for the class argumentof the CreateObject or GetObject function. The class argument consists ofthe name of the application providing the object (appname) followed by aperiod and the type of class of object to create or return (objecttype).
The application names "Excel.Application" or "Excel.Application.5" may beused for Microsoft Excel versions 5.0 and 7.0. However, only theapplication name "Excel.Application" may be used for Microsoft Excel 97.
Because of this, you will receive an error message when you run any of thefollowing commands in a procedure in Microsoft Excel or Microsoft VisualBasic:
Set myApp = CreateObject("Excel7.Application") Set myApp = GetObject(,"Excel7.Application") Set myApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application.7") Set myApp = GetObject(,"Excel.Application.7")
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Set myApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application") Set myApp = GetObject(,"Excel.Application") Set myApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application.5") Set myApp = GetObject(,"Excel.Application.5")
For compatibility between all of the versions of Microsoft Excellisted above, it is recommended that you use the application name"Excel.Application" rather than "Excel.Application.5".
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