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How do I regiter the following? How should I type it at the command prompt?

regsvr32.exe mscal.ocx
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Yes you type it into the command promt, the full path for the ocx may be required depending on where you are running it from. eg "regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\mscal.ocx"

I've found that some of the ones we have will not register correctly unless you use the silent switch.
"regsvr32 /s mscal.ocx"

Goodluck
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Could've been more detailed.
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