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MS-Cal error

Posted on 1998-12-09
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I'm getting an error on my program thats saying
\windows\sys\mscal.ocx returned false,
the mscal.ocx file is in the windows\sys file, this is run on an access database
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Hi !
I suspect your ocx file corrupted already.
Anyway, I'd tried it out but it doesn't return any error.
How do you trigger that error ??
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