It will direct you to the component that didn't load. Naturally we don't want this situation to persist. Regards,Rich Locus, Logicwurks, LLC http://www.logicwurks.comThursday, August 16, 2012 8:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Rich, Thanks so much for the quick reply. If the reference was broken, wouldn't it make the control's invisible, or replaced by blank controls? More about the author
As long as it's working right, now's a good time to make a back-up and some notes about the issue for tucking away should the issue re-raise its head.In any case, Unfortunately, I don't have admin rights to all these machines, nor do the users. Neither of those events have any code behind them. Squire4Hire Oct 17 2012, 04:24 PM I've just been dealing with this myself actually...Your treeview control is likely the problem which makes me think it's MSCOMCTL.OCX and not the Microsoft Calendar https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/404c00b5-5fd8-4153-bb84-66b8d389cdd2/problem-with-activex-control-on-form-access-2007?forum=accessdev
I got the following message "Failed to import the ActiveX control. Compact the file if you know how to do this. Recompiling the application did not help. Hope anyone can help.
I'm not even sure how to tell which version (32/64). So I turned it back on. So I went back to the original form and set Has Module tofalse, saved the form then added back the code from a copy. You will still need to install the actual security update before running the FixIt utility.
Unfortunatley my hard copy, held as a complete MDB before splitting had been removed from our server. Best Regards, Nathan O. Once you have the update installed and the latest version of the control on the machine, I would recommend going through all the steps in KB 2748410 to see if they http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12037965/ms-access-treeview-error-loading-activex-control If you go to Tools > References...
Marked as answer by RMittelman Tuesday, August 28, 2012 4:13 PM Monday, August 27, 2012 4:15 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote If you're still having problems, If so, why so? Even a database that hasnt been opened for 2 weeks and definitely worked back then doesnt work anymore. Close the navigator pane and close the program.
Thank you, MrXmas Tuesday, August 28, 2012 1:59 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote While I definitely don't know definitively, I wouldn't be surprised if no new patch https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/942483-ms-access-treeview-error-loading-activex-control So I browsed, and found the mscomctl.ocx, and added it back in. In the form window that opens, check if there is a component control called tvTree or ListView - most of these controls look blank and may have different but similar names. Please write below.
Also, it happened to several PCs at the same time. http://linuxprofilm.com/there-was/there-was-an-error-in-the-callback-sharepoint-2010.html Updates, registry changes, new software, etc . . . ???? I haven't yet tried the decompile. JamesMcS View Public Profile Find More Posts by JamesMcS
While opening the same it gives me error "The expression MouseMove you entered as the event property setting produced the following error: There was an error loading an ActiveX control on Web|-- Other Microsoft ProductsPC|-- Network Issues|-- Q & A - Hardware|-- Q & A - Software|-- Q & A - Other PC|-- Virus + Security DiscussionUtterAccess Odds and Ends|-- General Chat|-- Every polynomial with real coefficients is the sum of cubes of three polynomials Why can't the second fundamental theorem of calculus be proved in just two lines? http://linuxprofilm.com/there-was/there-was-an-error-accessing-powerpoint-2010.html The fix worked for us, but I suggest you test on one PC and restore your MSCOMCTL.OCX.old if it all goes pear shaped!
However when I create a test form and insert a new text box com, it does't give me any error. Whenever the users try to open a treeview form, I get the following error: "The expression MouseMove you entered as the event property setting produced the following error: There was an Have been tearing my hair out over this for a couple of days, so many thanks for posting this!!!
So I don't think it is a DLL registration issue.Thanks for your help.-Steph DanielPineault Oct 17 2012, 06:20 PM Do both the development PC and the runtime PC both have the Why are only passwords hashed? I am assuming I'm still using 32-bit software. 3 of the 5 PCs are still running Windows XP, and 2 are running Win 7. Then, I get a mouse_move error if I hover over the ListView, or a click event error if I click the exit button on the form.
It's quick & easy. Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 03-16-2011, 01:16 AM #1 sphynx Newly Registered User Join Date: Nov 2007 Location: West Sussex, UK Posts: 82 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times Has the way you interact with this particular ActiveX control changed or is there something I am doing wrong? http://linuxprofilm.com/there-was/there-was-an-error-in-callback-sharepoint-2010.html Regards,Rich Locus, Logicwurks, LLC http://www.logicwurks.comFriday, August 17, 2012 5:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi RichLocus, Any update?
You tried to open a form containing and OLE object or an ActiveX control or you tried to create an ActiveX control. First time I post anything Private Sub xProductTreeview_Click() Dim nodSelected As MSComctlLib.Node ' a variable for the currently selected node Set nodSelected = Me.xProductTreeview.SelectedItem ' get the currently selected node If I downloaded the common controls ocx and installed. Why cast an A-lister for Groot?
I created a blank VBA for e.g. Nevertheless I tried to set a breakpoint in the Form_Load event, but the Expand Error already pops up before the first line of OnLoad is executed. Each of these require their own OCX to be loaded and registered. I removed references to MSComCtl and MSComCtl2, which are described as Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6 and Microsoft Windows Common Controls-2 6 respectively, and are for the ListView and DatePicker respectively.