Late Bound Listview in Access

255 pts.
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listview
Microsoft Access 2003
VBA
Not sure if this will make sense, but here goes: I have several forms built which include listview controls on them. I am currently using early binding to manipulate them, but one of my user's workstations is having an issue reading the ref lib. I'm assuming there is a program on that system that is interfering because she has some special programs on her system that other users do not have. Basically the reference to the listview controls is not recognized and the form opens with a blank area where the listview should be. I've ensured the correct files are on the users station, and that the versions are correct. Thus, I believe the only option I have is to late bind the listview control. I don't understand late binding very well. How do I properly create an instance of a listview control that already exists on a form so I can manipulate the existing listview? Hope this makes sense!

Software/Hardware used:
Access 2003, VBA

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