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Need help with this damn OCX image

Posted on 2000-04-13
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My OCX works fine on a form, but when I use it in an ActiveReport it does not display any images, why the hell not!
To answer this I will need to send you the OCX control, and code, so if you think you could answer this please e-mail with your address and I will send you the ocx and the code.
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Question by:homey_the_clown
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by:Éric Moreau
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I did have problems with MSChart on an ActiveReports!

I resolved it by placing these controls in a sub-report.

Have you tried it?
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by:homey_the_clown
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No I havent tried, so are you suggesting it maybe a bug with Active reports?
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by:Éric Moreau
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There are some controls with which AR have problems. It should be easy to try putting your control in a sub-report!
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by:homey_the_clown
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I have tried this, but no luck, any other suggestions as why this works fine on a form, and not Active reports?
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by:Éric Moreau
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Could you send me this control?
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by:homey_the_clown
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Yep, what is your e-mail
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Thanks for the help.
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