Wednesday, December 16, This isn’t really an answer to the question, but should be a comment on wilsjd’s answer. Windows Media Player Missing. Does only full Access put this OCX on the machine? Download the file in the link above http:
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Email Required, but never shown. You need to know if you are using a 32bit or 64bit version of Windows and because this is notwe are assuming you want to install msocmct2.ocx on a 64bit PC. I used the same folder.
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Office is not out yet so there must be something that will work in the interim. How satisfied are you with this reply? I’ve read windoww Microsoft is possibly fazing out support for VB6 controls in the 64 mscomct2.ocx windows 7 32 bit version of Windows 7 but have heard nothing definite. Somebody has already noted this there though.
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Hi OfficeBoy48, We have just had the same problem and have now worked out how to do it. If you put that as wineows answer, I will quickly accept it.
I do not know how to run the command prompt as administrator either.
Makes sure the binary is stored at the specified path or debug it to check for problems with the binary or dependent. Sign in to vote. If you are running 32 bit Office then you can register the file – see http: It seems to be a calendar control that can be used in VBA, but I’m trying to find what installs it!
This isn’t really an answer to mscomct2.occ question, but should bti a comment on wilsjd’s answer.
Since these are not native Access controls, they are bound to cause problems; I’d avoid them if at all possible. If you need an up to date version of mscomct2.
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Wednesday, September 16, 8: The path you specified is no longer allowed for public use. Ian Matthews December 11, at 6: Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. However, my application still does not recognize the DTPicker control I need Remove From My Forums. You’re correct that this is really painful to hand out to others, but if you have to, this is how you do it.
Yet the same error message appear, and the module doesn’t register. Please note, if you try to register the ocx from c: So they are from Access. What did I get wrong?