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I have Vista 64 and Office 2007. I am getting  a missing  mscomct2.ocx error.

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I have Vista 64 and Office 2007. I am getting  a missing  mscomct2.ocx error when starting an Access 2003 database created by a third party. When I look undet Tools References in VvisualB it says     "Missing: Microsoft Windows Common Controls-2 6.0 (SP6)"
Does anyone know how to fix this or where to download?
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This should point you in the right direction http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297381
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