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Using VB Accelerator S-Grid - keeps giving runtime error '0'

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Hi

I am trying to get an Outlook style grid to work in a program using VB Accelerators 'S-Grid' system.

However, I haven't even managed to get the packaged .exe to run, let alone compiled anything myself.

It keeps coming up with Run-time error '0'

..and..

Component 'vbalGrid.ocx' or one of its dependenceis not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid.

I have search experts exchange, and found a possible solution: regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\vbalGrid.ocx - but it still comes up with Run-time error '0', and the error 'Component 'vbalGrid.ocx' may be out of date (or something to that effect).

Any ideas ?

Cheers

Matt Wilkes
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Did you install and register SSubTmr.DLL?

From the readme.txt file:

S-Grid requires SSubTmr.DLL to run. Download it from:
http://vbaccelerator.com/j-index.htm?url=codelib/ssubtmr/ssubtmr.htm
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What a super star - Many thanks Erick37 !!!!!
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by:JRDK
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Had the same problem. Found that above wasn't enough: vbalIml6.ocx needed to be registered again, even though the same app used to run without problems. Weird, but it works now.
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