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which control is used by diagram wizard???


My Access Diagram wizard is buggy and reinstallation of Access (2000)
doesn't help. I guess it is buggy because of a not registered ActiveX
Control. But I don't know which Control the Diagram Wizard uses.

Does anybody know the name of the Control used by the Diagram Wizard?

Thank you
Nov 12 '05 #1
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In the meantime I got the answer. It is MSGraph or graph9.exe and you have
to install 'Graph' from the Office Tools (Office Setup) to use Diagrams in
Access 2000.


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My Access Diagram wizard is buggy and reinstallation of Access (2000)
doesn't help. I guess it is buggy because of a not registered ActiveX
Control. But I don't know which Control the Diagram Wizard uses.

Does anybody know the name of the Control used by the Diagram Wizard?

Thank you

Nov 12 '05 #2

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