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    Not properly licensed

    I am having problems running and Outlook(98) form with MS Access(97). I keep getting a "one or more controls are not properly licensed". Someone told me that it was because I did not have something in the Registry or I had the wrong version. Can someone tell me how I can read/look at the registries and see what I have loaded?

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    Re: Not properly licensed

    Try this - QB141373:
    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q141/3/73.asp>ACC: "There Is No License" Error Message Starting Microsoft Access</A>

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    Re: Not properly licensed

    Just tried that. I went into MS Access97 and it come up fine.

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    Re: Not properly licensed

    Lets see... I am using Windows NT 4, Outlook 98, MSAccess 97. In the Control Panel I opened the ODBC Data Sources,
    I show for drivers MS Driver (*.mdb) ver. 4.00.4202.00 file ODBCJT32.DLL.

    Computer 2(workes here) MS Driver (*.mdb) ver. 3.50.3428.00 file ODBCJT32.DLL

    Anyone see a problem with using 4.00?

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    Re: Not properly licensed

    Typically this type of message has to do with an ActiveX control. Are you using any ActiveX controls?

    As for your two DLLs, here is some info on the two versions of ODBCJT32.DLL:

    3.50.3428.0 was installed with Office 97

    4.0.4202.0 could have been installed with:
    MDAC 2.1.2.4202.3 (ga)
    SNA Server 4.0 SP3
    SQL Server 7.0 OLAP Services SP2
    SQL Server 7.0 SP2

    This could be the problem. (Although this usually has an error message along the lines of "Unrecognizable database format")

    The only problem I see in reverting back to the previous DLL version would be with any of the programs that use it. I

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