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    Giacamo:
    I tried to install your add-in, but I got the error:

    "Add-in Manager: There was an error adding to the registry".
    For a bit of trouble-shooting info:
    - the file is (the only file) located in: C:\Documents and Settings\merce33\Application Data\Microsoft\AddIns

    - I have "Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library" referenced.

    - This is my work computer and the IT dept takes away pretty much all permissions for everything, so that may have something to do with it.

    - I'm not sure if your code is similar to that of Colo's HTML maker for Excel, but 3 months ago I was able to download, install, and use the excel HTML maker with no problems. Not sure if IT has put in more restrictions since then.

    Let me know if you know what may be wrong.

    Thanks,
    Mike

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    I've installed this today for Microsoft Access 2007 and when I tried generating HTML for a file, I get the message "Invalid use of Null". Any suggestions?

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    What a cool tool you have made!
    I also plan on contacting you to see if you can provide me with some consultation / training. Please expect a message from me to your consulting email address.
    Thanks!

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    Hey, Giacomo-
    I'm just testing out your Add-in. It looks pretty cool, but my format results don't seem to match yours when I preview in Mr. Excel.

    0 - c Product Class Codes : Select QueryAccess 2003
    Product Classification CodeMinor Statement Text
    BLU.S. TREASURY BILLS
    CFFMANAGED FUTURES FUNDS
    EDBDEURODOLLAR NOTES & BONDS
    ELNESTRUCTURED PRODUCTS
    IVAANNUITIES
    MBACCOUPON MUNICIPAL BOND ARCS
    MBCCCOUPON MUNICIPAL BONDS AND NOTES
    MBVRCOUPON MUNICIPAL BOND VRDO
    MUTCCLOSED END MUTUAL FUNDS
    PSTIPREFERRED SECURITIES
    Access HTML Add-in provided by theprimarykey.com

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    I'm using Microsoft Access and I'm trying to create a dynamic compass type thing.

    What I'd like is simply an arrow image that will change where it's pointing based on the get variable I pass to it. Problem is that because the image is square, imagerotate (the function I'm using) makes the overall canvas bigger and bigger.

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    Great Add-in. It'll really come in handy for my access questions on the board.

    andy

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    How to install this addin into access 2007.
    I'm trying but failed to add this add in.

    Any help.

    Rgds,
    Aligahk06

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    # 12 Posting Above: (Jan 18, 2008) <<< Unanswered!!!
    I've installed this today for Microsoft Access 2007 and when I tried generating HTML for a file, I get the message "Invalid use of Null". Any suggestions?

    Now, Me too!! <
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim may View Post
    # 12 Posting Above: (Jan 18, 2008) <<< Unanswered!!!
    I've installed this today for Microsoft Access 2007 and when I tried generating HTML for a file, I get the message "Invalid use of Null". Any suggestions?

    Now, Me too!! <

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    Jim, I think there is an issue with creating Addins if you use Vista.

    Take a look on Helen Feddema's site; she mentioned it a while back. Access Archon #162 is the relevant one.

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    Thanks Denis for the reference!!

    Jim
    To display your spreadsheet data use either MrExcel HTML Maker or Excel Jeanie

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