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hasn't Button's Image at QReport Preview

Posted on 2000-04-17
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When I Preview a report, all button's image has missed,
do you know why?

thanks for your attention
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Question by:kelvinyu
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by:Motaz
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Use ImageReport instead of buttons

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what about property of QuickReport?
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by:kelvinyu
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I have run it at other PC. the image can be see,

about the Report Property, I only has set the Page and Page margin
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by:bakry99
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that's good.and mean that there is promblem on your PC or delphi Not nstalled well.
  try to delete it and Drope QuickReport again. and see the result.
 or try to use Delphi5 with service back
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This happened to me before, and that is because one Micorsoft dll file is missing/old.  It will run fine on one machine (usually has the latest Internet Explorer) while it doesn't on another one (that doesn't).

All you need to do is install the latest common controls dll from Microsoft, and the buttons come back.

The name of the installer is called "50comupd.exe", and you should be able to find it at Microsoft's site.  Try running it in the machine that does not work, and restart the machine.
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I think this is where you can get it.

<http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q186/1/76.ASP>
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SuperSy
I have install the 50comupd.exe , after that the probelm fix.

thanks
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