Error loading an ActiveX control


E

Earthman

I have an Access application that uses Microsoft Office Web Components to
implement a spreadsheet on a form. This is an application that has been
running correctly for a couple of years on several PCs, but recently began
failing on one PC with messages saying:

"The expression CommandEnabled you entered as the event property setting
produced the following error: There was an error loading an ActiveX control
on one of your forms or reports." and similar.

I have tried fixing the references and the installation of Office Web
Components, but to no avail, as the error still occurs. I believe it is
related to the referencing of Office Web Components.

Does anyone have suggestions?

The subject PC is running MS Office 2003 (11.8166.3221) SP 3 on MS Windows
XP Pro 2002 SP3.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Mark Andrews

Sometimes you need to open the form that has the control and delete it and
re add it back to the form and give it the same name etc....

Otherwise keep checking references and/or all the files needed to be
registered ont he computer for this control to work.

HTH,
Mark
 
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Dad

Earthman said:
I have an Access application that uses Microsoft Office Web Components to
implement a spreadsheet on a form. This is an application that has been
running correctly for a couple of years on several PCs, but recently began
failing on one PC with messages saying:

"The expression CommandEnabled you entered as the event property setting
produced the following error: There was an error loading an ActiveX
control
on one of your forms or reports." and similar.

I have tried fixing the references and the installation of Office Web
Components, but to no avail, as the error still occurs. I believe it is
related to the referencing of Office Web Components.

Does anyone have suggestions?

The subject PC is running MS Office 2003 (11.8166.3221) SP 3 on MS Windows
XP Pro 2002 SP3.

Thanks in advance.
 

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