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What is not registered on my PC for VB6 that the aplication giving the run-time error at the line where I have
iobjReport As CRAXDRT.Report.  I tried to add all the References and components for available on my PC for  VB6 project all the Crystal Report ActiveX librarys for 10.5 and 11
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should be using either 10.5 or 11, not both.  In vb6, under references, see which one is included.  CRAXDRT has lots of dependencies, for v.11 it is easier to use the merge module to make sure you have them all.
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Have you installed Crystal Reports on your PC
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What version of Crystal?

How are you installing the application?

Does it run on your development machine?

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