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How to fix a missing .dll file reference
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I have a split database that I created on one PC and it's been working great for a couple of years. I copied all of the database files (fe, be, mousehook, etc.) to a CD. I then copied allof the files from the CD to a new laptop PC.

When I open the database on the laptop (which has a fresh install of Access '03) and click on a form control to launch an entry form, I receive a message that a link to a .dll file is broken (mscps.dll).

I viewed object references from the VBA Tools menu and know that I am missing a reference to "CalcStor 1.0".

Two questions:
1. Are the missing reference and the missing .dll file related, so if I fix the missing .dll file the CalcStor reference will be restored?
2. I have located the mscps.dll file on the original PC. Can I just copy this file to the folder on the laptop where the database now resides or do I have to do something else to fix this?

I'm a little perplexed by this and worried. How can I be assured that when the database is loaded on to other PC's from the CD that there won't be other issues that have not yet been discovered?
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