Hi every body.
I've got a strange problem : I've got 10 pc with windows 7 32bit fresh installed.
Every PC is updated and have Office 2007 SP2 installed.
I use a Excel Component that i use to install on every PC. It work on 8 of the 10 PC and 2 can't work because Excel is saying that some VB6 components are not installed on the computer.
The installation program install everything that the componnent needs. that's why the 8 of the 10 computers are working.
When i get into the code and try to use by example the treeview component that is listed in the reference (i checked for use) and drow it on the form I get an error : the component is not registerd on the computer.
I believe the answer to your last question is that the ActiveX is working on computers for which it was already registered on before you installed Win 7. I believe it is not working on computers on which
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