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No Permission To Insert Objects

ANTY90
P: 14
Hi,
I am Anthony.
As I am unable to use certain controls I removed the whole of Visual Studio and reinstalled.
Still I could not access a few.
When I choose Insertable Objects under Projects I am denied the permission even though I am the Admin.
What should I do to get working with these things?
Dec 30 '07 #1
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daniel aristidou
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P: 491
Hi,
I am Anthony.
As I am unable to use certain controls I removed the whole of Visual Studio and reinstalled.
Still I could not access a few.
When I choose Insertable Objects under Projects I am denied the permission even though I am the Admin.
What should I do to get working with these things?
some times the controls themself are invalid...do you get a message which states something to do with a registry key? or path
Jan 3 '08 #2

lotus18
100+
P: 866
Hi,
I am Anthony.
As I am unable to use certain controls I removed the whole of Visual Studio and reinstalled.
Still I could not access a few.
When I choose Insertable Objects under Projects I am denied the permission even though I am the Admin.
What should I do to get working with these things?
Try to check if you're working on a read-only property.

Have a nice day!

Rey Sean
Jan 3 '08 #3

debasisdas
Expert 5K+
P: 8,127
Hi,
When I choose Insertable Objects under Projects I am denied the permission even though I am the Admin.
What should I do to get working with these things?
What exactly is the error message.
Jan 3 '08 #4

P: 9
I have seen these kind of problems on many other forums.
Sometimes you don't find controls in your components list.
The real problem sometimes might be your harddisk.
Viruses may affect your harddisk & the os might get corrupted.
Reformat the hdd and reinstall the os.
I am sure you can do everything with your VB.
Try this!
All the best to you.
Jan 9 '08 #5

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