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Unable to register OCX file

Posted on 2002-06-27
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Hi Everybody,

I am using VB6/NT4 and in my project, I add a component SmartMenuXP.ocx and then run my app but error occurs

Run-time error "429"
ActiveX component can't create object

I also used regsvr32 to register this ocx file and it informs me succeeded but above error still presents when I run my app.

Pls help



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If you mean the one you can find at

http://www.vbsmart.com/library/smartmenuxp/smartmenuxp.htm

I think you need also the SmartSubclass DLL, that you find on the same web site.
Register that, and that's all.
Marco
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Can you add the OCX from the Toolbox > Component?
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