A module is not a valid type

A standard module doesn't represent aclass and can't be instantiated in the form of avariable. This error has the following cause and solution:

  • You used the name of a standard module in a Dim or Set declaration. Check the spelling of the module name and make sure it corresponds to aform, MDI form, or class module.

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