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Run time error in Access

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Travis McClellan
Frequent Advisor

Run time error in Access

I have a user that when she tries to get into a calendar feature on our timelog program, she gets a run-time error 2683, no object in this control. I'm looking more for suggestions than answers, as you would have to know more about the database setup itself. Thanks anyway.
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Jamie Hughes
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Re: Run time error in Access

Hi Travis,

This may be a known problem. Take a look at this article and see if the workaround helps. Please let us know how it goes.

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q177/9/08.ASP

Best regards,
Jamie Hughes
Travis McClellan
Frequent Advisor

Re: Run time error in Access

The article will help as long as I can figure out how the solution works. Since i did not design this database, I will be very careful to not screw it up. Thank you though, your help was greatly appreciated.
Travis McClellan
Frequent Advisor

Re: Run time error in Access

We discovered that we Access 97 was installed, the calendar feature was not installed with it. That caused the error and reinstalling did the trick.
David Gress
Occasional Visitor

Re: Run time error in Access

This problem is caused by a missing OCX - mscomct2.ocx. Get it and put in windows\system32 directory and then register it.