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Access 2010 Outlook body control the OLE server isn't registered

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Hi

I am trying to add the Active X  Outlook Body control to an Access 2010 form
but am getting the error message: "The OLE server isn't registered,
to register the OLE server reinstall it"
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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1. I always thought that this was a function of Outlook forms only?
Are you sure this is even possible?
http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67

2. Have you tried registering it then?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/156547

Can you please state the purpose for doing this, in case there is a simpler method?

JeffCoachman


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by:murbro
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Hi Jeff

I am using this control to insert a message that can be sent to every email address in an Access table using VBs
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by:murbro
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thanks for the help
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That was quick...
;-)

BTW, Which sample helped?

Jeff
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the second one for my purposes
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Great...
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Jeff
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