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access denied creating excel object


I am trying to create an excel object.

my code is :

Dim MyExcel As New Excel.Applicati on
As soon as my thread runs this statement I receive an:
Access is denied. error.

Could someone tell me if what this might be:
I already checked task manager and there are no excel processes running.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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