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MSCAL.OCX and multiple versions of Access

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Hi All,

I have Access 97, 2000 & 2002 installed in different directories under
Win2K Server on a new PC box I built.

The Calendar Control on my Date Selector Form is not working and
causing various problems. The file in C\winnnt\system32 appears to be
the version for Access97. Even if I register the version for Access
2000, that resides in the Office directroy of my Office 2000
installation(or move it to the C\winnnt\system32 directory), when I
add a Calendar Control it displays the Class property as
MSCAL.Calendar.7 which is what I also see after searching the
registry. Also I cannot access the properties for setting the
appearance of the control. If I re-register the version for Access97
and attempt to add a Calendar Control to a Form then Access 97
closes(crashes).

What do I need to do to enable all versions of Access to successfully
use their corresponding version of the Calendar Control on the one
machine?

Another things I noticed is that when you go to select a non-Access
Control from the Toolbox in Access 2000 or Access 2002 the icons don't
appear beside the Control names.

Thanks in Advance, Regards Michael
Nov 12 '05 #1
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