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Old August 9th, 2007, 01:06 PM
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Default Using Date time picker in access 2003...

I'm trying to use a date time picker activeX control for a new form in our company ERP software but i get the "You don't have the license required to use this activeX control". I know about the user and developper license type and I have Visual studio.net 2005 pro installed on my machine so i should have a developper license?. If anyone can help me solve this, i'm tired of using those huge calendar controls.

Also, is there a way to set visual studio.net 2005 as my default vb editor? (i want to have vs.net to open when i click build event)

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Old August 9th, 2007, 08:58 PM
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I have had the same issue come up with 2K. When I am using my system with Office Development Edition, I can add the DateTime Picker control and use it. When I work on a machine (Same file) and add the DTP in, I get the same message. Even making a copy of the form that has the control on it and then building from the copy (on the machine without the ODE license) does the same thing. I just work with the control on the ODE machine.






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