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I get the following error, only when using windows 7,  when I click the 'Next" button on form "
"frmAHAStep_Builder1of2"
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The expression On Load you entered as the event property setting produced the following error: License information for this component not found. You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality in the design environment.
AHA-Builder-Pro-Version-1-2011-W.zip
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Are you using any third party/custom controls  that require a developer license to use?
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what version of Ms Access are you using? the forms runs well on my Access 2007. no such error as you stated.
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and yes I am using Windows 7 :)
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1. No third party party/custom controls were used.
2. The application started out in MS Access 2003 and half way through the developmeny I converted it to MS Access 2007
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So I can test your database, are you using Windows 7 32 or 64 bit?

Have you installed the Office 2007 SP2 update?

How to check the to see if SP2 has been installed:
Where is the About dialog for Office 2007 applications
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1. Windows 32 bit
2. Yes, SP@ is installed
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  Check your references.  You may have something left hanging that you should not.  At most, you should have:

Visual Basic For Applications
Microsoft Access 11.0 Object Library
Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library
Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.1 Library

 and possibly OLE Automation.  Start with the ones above and see if the app compiles.  If not, then add the additional references you need.  That may also help you find a Active-X control you might have buried some where and not realize it.

  Failing that, I would either use /Decompile or better yet, create a new DB, import everything into it, check references, compile, and then re-test.

JimD.
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Please let me know if this file works correctly as you wish?
AHA-Builder-Pro-Version-1-2011-W.zip
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 Not sure I have an exact answer for you, but you are using non-native Access controls in the project.  You have a reference to the Windows Common Controls 6.0 (SP6), which is C:\windows\system32\MSCOMCTL.OCX

  Check the following link:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957924

  And see if your MSCOMCTL.OCX is of an earlier version.  Chances are you need to update it because of security updates to Windows.

  However I can't find any 3rd party control in the form you mentioned, but only in the selection forms where you used a Tree View control.  So it doesn't quite add up why you would be getting that error there.  If you can, remove the reference and those two forms, and after getting a clean compile, try the form you reference again.

  Also, you have a reference to Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility, which appears to be un-needed as your app compiles fine without it.  Not sure if your using any 3rd party extentions to the VBA IDE though.

JimD.
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stephenlecomptejr:

Sorry, but it did not work.
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Do you get the error in other database?

If yes, do you have any VBA IDE add-ins?
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cssc1,

Could you please describe how it did not work?  Was it the same error?   Or is there data you can give that I can type in the empty Access database you've provided to try and get the same result?
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hi cssc1,
- you might want to install Ms.Access runtime on your client PC. as i told you in earlier posting, i am running Windows 7 with Ms Access 2007 installed and your application runs well on my machine. i did not get any error as you stated.

- link to Access 2007 runtime:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=d9ae78d9-9dc6-4b38-9fa6-2c745a175aed
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