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8.43. "Object not initialized"

Applies to: @RISK 5.x–7.x, Professional and Industrial Editions

My VBA code referencing @RISK fails with "Object not initialized", "Object required", or another error message.

You need to create a reference to the proper @RISK object library in your VBA. Please see Setting References in Visual Basic for the necessary references and how to set them.

These references vary by version of @RISK. If you have macro code that fails now but worked in a previous version of @RISK, probably all you need to do is remove the reference to the old version and add the proper reference or references to the current version.

Last edited: 2015-10-15

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