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Error In Loading Dll. How To Stop This Error:

The following are checked from refereces.
Microsoft:ref edit control
Miscrosoft forms edit control
Visual Basic for applications
Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library.
OLE Aotomation

Whenever i open this vba(alt+f11) or try running any of my vba i get this error..
Error in loading DLL. I cant view any of my vba codes now from this file...
And moreover when i try to uncheck any of this refereces it wont allow me...


Please tell me what to do. I have done searches but wont tell me what to do to solve this problem...


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