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    Active X error (2000)

    When trying to create a report using a wizard...keep getting the active X error. Do you know which .dll or .ocx that I need to reregister?

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    Re: Active X error (2000)

    This error message doesn't always mean what it says. Give us the exact message and someone may be able to help.
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    Re: Active X error (2000)

    It just says....ActiveX can not create object.

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    Re: Active X error (2000)

    Recommend check this MSKB article & see if any possible causes apply:

    ACC2000: Error Message: ActiveX Component Can't Create Object

    One possible cause listed in article that may apply in your case:

    Cause 5: There Is a Damaged Wizard File

    Resolution
    Use Windows Explorer to locate the following wizard files: Acwzmain.mde, Acwztool.mde and Acwzlib.mde.
    Change the file name extension of each file to "old." For example, change Acwzmain.mde to Acwzmain.old.
    Reinstall Access to restore the files.

    Note that the Report wizard is located in Acwzmain.mde. For more info on Access wizards see:

    ACC2000: Wizard Names and Their Locations

    So looks like you may have to reinstall Access to fix.... <img src=/S/frown.gif border=0 alt=frown width=15 height=15>

    HTH

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