Active x cannot create object

Posted on 2005-03-29
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Last Modified: 2013-11-18
I am using Access 2003, when I use a wiizard in any of the functions (forms, reports, table, etc), a pop up box appears and says "  active x cannot create object". I have gone into the "Active x controls" in Access to register (or unregister) the active x object to solve this problem, but how do i know which one it is from the list?
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yronnen earned 1000 total points
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Most chances is that you will not see it in the list - that's why you get this message (all the controls in the list are properly registered).

Try to run the Office installation and choose "repair".

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I did that already, no luck

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Can someone help me here?

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Can Someone from anywhere on this site please help me?

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