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CurlieQ1034
post Jan 10 2006, 04:54 PM
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On my computer, I have the reference for "Calendar Control 11.0". Yet, when I go to use my program (with the calendar in it) on another computer with Access 2003 installed- Access crashes. I checked the references on that computer and unlike mine, there is a Calendar Control 8.0 - NOT 11.0!!! 8.0=Access '97!!! What should I do??
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fkegley
post Jan 10 2006, 04:58 PM
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You might try reinstalling Access 2003, ensuring that a complete install is done.
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CurlieQ1034
post Jan 10 2006, 04:59 PM
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Where are the files located (usually) that contain all of the references? Maybe, if it's on the computer, I can add it to the reference list?
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fkegley
post Jan 10 2006, 05:13 PM
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Possibly, on your computer open a code window, then Tools--->References, click on the text of the reference to the calendar control, at the bottom you'll see the path to the file,

If you do copy the file, you'll then need to register the control, regsvr32 nameof file, I believe but don't quote me. Name of file also includes the path to the file.

On my machine it wouldn't put a reference until I put a calendar control on the form via the More Controls... button on the toolbox.

Edited by: fkegley on Tue Jan 10 17:18:54 EST 2006.
Edited by: fkegley on Tue Jan 10 17:19:54 EST 2006.
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CurlieQ1034
post Jan 10 2006, 05:34 PM
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How would I go about registering the file??
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vtd
post Jan 10 2006, 08:05 PM
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Check the problematic computer for the file MSCAL.OCX.
On my computer, I found it in the dir:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11
If you need to register it (???), use the Windows Menu Command Run ... with the command:
regsvr32.exe FullPathToMSCAL.OCX
If you need to register Controls / DLL often, create a shortcut icon for regsve32.exe on the Desktop. When you need to register, simply drag & drop the file (to be registered) on to of the shortcut icon for regsvr32.exe.
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CurlieQ1034
post Jan 11 2006, 09:37 AM
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Well, I just linked the other computer to a copy of my MSCAL.OCX and it worked. Do I still need to register it?
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fkegley
post Jan 11 2006, 09:46 AM
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You can't argue with success, Jen!
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vtd
post Jan 11 2006, 09:54 AM
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If it works, don't worry about registering ...
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CurlieQ1034
post Jan 11 2006, 09:56 AM
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Great! I was thinking maybe if I didn't register it, that it would stop working later on!
Thanks guys!
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