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VBArray expected

You supplied an object that was not a Visual Basic safeArray, when one was expected.

new VBArray(safeArray);

VBArrays are read-only, and cannot be created directly. The safeArray argument is a VBArray value, and must have obtained a VBArray value before being passed to the VBArray constructor. This can only be done by retrieving the value from an existing ActiveX or other object.

To correct this error

  • Ensure you pass only VBArray objects to the VBArray constructor.

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