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OLE Server not registered

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I try to acces a graph created by me in access and it gives an error saying OLE Server not registered Please try to reinstall it.
he application shows the graphs on Xp Platform and all other workstations except fot the one which has 2000 as the OS.
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What type of graph/picture is it? ie: bmp, jpg, etc... Typically Ive seen this with jpg's being inserted as an OLE Object. To register it, simply install MS photo editor from office installation CD and open a jpg. This will associate the file type with the program. The ms photo editor is undeer "other tools" in office 2k install.

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If its MS Graph 97 you can check this out

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;169071
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It is a normal access Graph from the Chart Wizard.
I cant find the graph.exe file in my Office Installation anywhere too.
What should i do?
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ashish,

I would try an uninstall and reinstall of office. Repair utility might do it, but a reinstall should take care of it.

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