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is ActiveX for Crystal reports intalled in 2003 machine?

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how can you verify/confirm if activex is installed for Windows 2003 machine for CR ver 8.?


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I know nothing about Win 2003, but in recent versions of Windows, I would look in IE Add-ons to answer your question.  Or see paragraph #3 here
http://www.ehow.com/how_8114813_tell-activex-installed.html
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