After days of searching the web including ‘Experts Exchange’ for a resolution to this problem I decided that I would have to post the question. Can anyone help?
I simply want to be able to use MapPoint from Access.
Reinstalled 3 times with absolutely nothing else running
and removing all traces that I could find of earlier installations
I've tried all the following to register MapPoint
"E:\Program Files\Microsoft MapPoint Europe\MapPoint.exe" /regserver
References in Access:
Microsoft MapPoint 11.0 Object Library (Europe)
Microsoft MapPoint Control 11.0
Microsoft MapPoint Utilities 1.0 Type Library
(Will load either 1 of the top 2 and the third reference)
Tried the following
Dim MPApp As MapPoint.Application
Set MPApp = GetObject(, "MapPoint.Application") 'Run-time error '429' ActiveX component can't create object
Function IsProgInstalled(StrProg As String) As Boolean
Dim obj As Object
On Error Resume Next
Set obj = CreateObject(StrProg & ".Application")
IsProgInstalled = (Err.Number = 0)
If IsProgInstalled Then
Debug.Print StrProg & " is Installed"
Debug.Print StrProg & " is Not installed"
Results from above
Word is Installed
Access is Installed
Powerpoint is Installed
Excel is Installed
Outlook is Installed
Infopath is Installed
Mappoint is Not installed
Mappoint.eu is Not installed
Mappoint.eu.11 is Not installed
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