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Topic Title: Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.
Topic Summary: AutoMate 5.5.1 and Windows 7 trying to run a task that works on XP.
Created On: 04/03/2014 05:07 PM
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 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - JacquiMaynes - 04/03/2014 05:07 PM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - Leonard Amabile - 04/04/2014 06:49 AM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - JacquiMaynes - 04/06/2014 06:38 PM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - Leonard Amabile - 04/07/2014 08:32 AM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - JacquiMaynes - 04/07/2014 06:41 PM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - JacquiMaynes - 04/07/2014 06:53 PM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - Valentineo McGowan - 04/08/2014 05:03 PM  
 Syntax Error: Conflicting variable name.   - Valentineo McGowan - 04/10/2014 05:04 PM  
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JacquiMaynes
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Hi all,

Before anyone anyone says "buy a new version", believe me I've been screaming for one but cannot get permission yet.

Now the problem... I had several tasks that worked great on Windows XP.

We have been foreced to take up Windows 7 on these older boxes and now it seems this older version of AutoMate doesn't like it.

When trying to run these tasks now it says...

"Syntax Error:  Conflicting variable name.  Check that environment variables do not contain a restricted AutoMate Basic keywork.  (Public PUBLIC As variant)"

The step it's referring to has the variable name "pimLetterList" so I don't think that's a reserved word   (Also, these tasks worked previously.

Is this a known issue?

Is there a known work around for this version of AutoMate (5.5.1) when running in Windows 7?

Or is it simply... a case of THIS VERSION WILL NOT WORK IN WINDOWS 7?

Thanks all!

 

Regards,

J

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