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'You don't have licence to use this activex control' error in Access 2003.

Posted on 2005-04-22
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05

I have access 2003 and running windowx xp proffessional.
When I drage a active x control(Microsoft Mapi Messages control)
I am getting the error 'You don't have licence to use this activex control' .

I made a search in microsoft website.
I followed some proccedures stated. But no success.

Question by:bnaidu
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Steve Bink earned 2000 total points
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Some ActiveX controls contain licenses installed only with Visual Studio (or parts included in Visual Studio).  As such, unless you have that particular application installed, you do not have a design-time license to use.  The only solution I know of is to install the required program.

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