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Microsoft Date and Time Picker

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    Ben
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    Microsoft Date and Time Picker

    One of my computers has an activeX control called Microsoft Date and Time
    picker among about 450 ActiveX controls that are listed in the Control
    Toolbox under other controls. I am using this particular calendar control in
    my Excel spreadsheet. The problem is that my laptop which has the same
    version of Excel 2003 does not have that particular one listed. From some
    research on Microsoft newsgroups I found out that the relevant file is
    MSCOMCT2.OCX. which resides in Windows\system32

    I copied this file from one computer to the other but the calendar control
    is still not listed. Is there a procedure that I need to follow in order to
    include this calendar feature onto a new computer.
    Thank you



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    Chip Pearson
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    Re: Microsoft Date and Time Picker

    In the Windows Start menu, choose Run, and enter

    RegSvr32 full_file_name_including_path\MSCOMCT2.ocx


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    Cordially,
    Chip Pearson
    Microsoft MVP - Excel
    Pearson Software Consulting, LLC
    www.cpearson.com




    "Ben" <isy.taman@btinternet.com> wrote in message
    news:rYWdnVXG16jAS-jZRVnyjw@bt.com...
    > One of my computers has an activeX control called Microsoft
    > Date and Time picker among about 450 ActiveX controls that are
    > listed in the Control Toolbox under other controls. I am using
    > this particular calendar control in my Excel spreadsheet. The
    > problem is that my laptop which has the same version of Excel
    > 2003 does not have that particular one listed. From some
    > research on Microsoft newsgroups I found out that the relevant
    > file is MSCOMCT2.OCX. which resides in Windows\system32
    >
    > I copied this file from one computer to the other but the
    > calendar control is still not listed. Is there a procedure that
    > I need to follow in order to include this calendar feature onto
    > a new computer.
    > Thank you
    >




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