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How to Fix the \"Cannot Find Project Or Library Trim blocco cannon errore\" in Excel VBA
If you are working with Excel VBA and encounter the error message \"Cannot Find Project Or Library Trim blocco cannon errore\", you may be wondering what it means and how to fix it. This error usually occurs when there is a missing or broken reference to a library or object in your VBA project. A library or object is a collection of functions, constants, types, classes, and other elements that you can use in your VBA code. For example, the Trim function is part of the VBA library, and the Range object is part of the Excel library.
When you use a function or an object from a library or an object in your VBA code, you need to have a reference to that library or object in your VBA project. A reference is a link that tells Excel where to find the library or object and how to use it. You can view and manage your references by going to the VBA editor (press Alt + F11), clicking on Tools > References, and checking or unchecking the boxes next to the libraries or objects you want to use.
Sometimes, a reference may become missing or broken due to various reasons, such as:
You are using a different version of Excel or Windows than the one that was used to create the VBA project.
You have moved, renamed, deleted, or corrupted the file that contains the library or object.
You have installed or uninstalled a software that affects the library or object.
You have changed the security settings or permissions of the file that contains the library or object.
When a reference is missing or broken, Excel cannot find or use the function or object that you are trying to use in your VBA code, and it will show you the error message \"Cannot Find Project Or Library Trim blocco cannon errore\". The error message may also include the name of the missing or broken reference, such as \"Microsoft Excel 16.0 Object Library\" or \"OLE Automation\".
To fix this error, you need to restore or replace the missing or broken reference in your VBA project. Here are some possible solutions:
Repair Microsoft Office. This may fix any corrupted files or settings that affect the libraries or objects. To repair Office, go to Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features, select your Office product, and click on Change > Repair.
Check your references in the VBA editor. Go to Tools > References and look for any reference that has \"MISSING\" in front of its name. Uncheck the box next to the missing reference and click on OK. Then go back to Tools > References and look for a similar reference that matches your Excel version and Windows version. For example, if you have Excel 2019 on Windows 10, you may want to use \"Microsoft Excel 16.0 Object Library\" instead of \"Microsoft Excel 15.0 Object Library\". Check the box next to the correct reference and click on OK.
Use late binding instead of early binding. Early binding means that you declare your variables with specific data types that belong to a library or object, such as Range, Worksheet, Workbook, etc. Late binding means that you declare your variables with generic data types such as Object or Variant, and then assign them to specific libraries or objects at runtime. Late binding does not require references and can avoid compatibility issues between different versions of Excel or Windows. However, late binding may also reduce performance and code readability. To use late binding, replace your declarations such as:
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim rng As Range
Dim ws As Object
Dim rng As Object
and then assign them to specific libraries or objects such as:
Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(\"Sheet1\")
Set rng = ws.Range(\"A1\")
Open your workbook in Excel online (Office 365) and save it with a aa16f39245