form controls

berg891832

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how come when I try to add additional controls to my form, I get the message: "Cannot add control, control not licensed"

I do have a fully functional licensed and registered copy of ms office.

Thanks

berg
 

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dk

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Hi,

Which control are you talking about? There will be many controls that exist of your system that you won't be able to use because they are run-time versions only that are installed with various applications.
 

dk

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That control is part of the Common Controls. You would only be able to use that control if you have something like Visual Basic or Office Developer installed.
 

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