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Warning1:There are updated custom wrappers available for the following referenced components: Micros

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
Hi, I have a form application that it calls Excel form in it. The form works with no problem in XP (32bit OS). I have one 64bit machine that Windows7 is installed on it. When I run the same project in this one, using Visual C#, it issues a warning like: Warning 1 There are updated custom wrappers available for the following referenced components: Microsoft.Office.Core ,Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel ,VBIDE.  It builds the code fine (ofcourse with the above warning) but it crashes during compilation time. There is no other warning or error. Just simply won't compile. The Office installed is Pro 2007 and is installed fully on this machine the same as the XP machine. It would be appreciate if someone could help me figure out what can be wrong and how I can fix it. Thank you very much. Red      

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