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  • How to solve missing MSCAL.OCX reference in Microsoft ...
    2. Get the missing MSCAL.OCX file. Locate the missing MSCAL.OCX file from an Office 2007 installation. This file can be found in the %Program Files%\Microsoft Office ...http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/5517-how-to-solve-missing-mscal-ocx-reference-in-microsoft-access-2010
  • How can I use mscal.ocx on a Windows 7 64-bit machine?

    How can I use mscal.ocx on a Windows 7 64-bit machine?

    %systemroot%SysWoW64regsvr32 mscal.ocx I don(t know why it's ok but i tried it after i read this and it's working ?? : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/249873http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/how-can-i-use-mscalocx-on-a-windows-7-64-bit-machine/
  • MSCAL.ocx 64 bit issue. - Access Forums

    MSCAL.ocx 64 bit issue. - Access Forums

    I have an old Microsoft Access Data base that was made back on on XP, I switched to office 2010 and windows 7 last year, but it was a 32 bit system and I found a way ...http://www.accessforums.net/access/mscal-ocx-64-bit-issue-25056.html
  • Broken Reference to MSCAL.OCX - Access World Forums

    Broken Reference to MSCAL.OCX - Access World Forums

    Microsoft Access Discussion > General ... Hi all, I am planning a company wide upgrade to Office 2010 and I've found one ... Here is some code that attempts to fix ...http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=207245
  • how to register MSCOMCTL.OCX in Windows 7 without admin ...

    how to register MSCOMCTL.OCX in Windows 7 without admin ...

    I do have developed a VBA Macro using excel in MS office 2003.This macro was working fine in both MS office 2003 and 2007.Since i moved to Windows 7 with ...http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-customize/how-to-register-mscomctlocx-in-windows-7-without/8a6d2793-a03a-4f00-b476-4521e39b2e64
  • Access 2010 not using ActiveX control - Calendar Control ...

    Access 2010 not using ActiveX control - Calendar Control ...

    Access 2010 not using ActiveX control - Calendar Control (MSCAL.Calendar.7)http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-access/access-2010-not-using-activex-control-calendar/913421e6-a3c0-451f-bf2e-1c2c4da68bcb
  • Access 2010 Date Picker Replacement - Access World Forums

    Access 2010 Date Picker Replacement - Access World Forums

    Microsoft Access Reference > Sample Databases ... This is a NON-ActiveX based and NON-API based Calendar looking form replacement for ... Here's a revised version ...http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=213963
  • Replacing the Calendar Control in Access 2010 Applications

    Replacing the Calendar Control in Access 2010 Applications

    Summary: Learn how to replace the deprecated Calendar control in Microsoft Access 2010 applications.http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg251104(v=office.14).aspx
  • Missing or Broken Reference to file 'FPDTC.DLL' Microsoft ...

    Missing or Broken Reference to file 'FPDTC.DLL' Microsoft ...

    Missing / broken references I have written a database in Access 2010 in 2003 format. When I run the DB with MS Acess 2003, I get messages of missing or broken ...http://www.tutcity.com/access/missing-or-broken-reference-to-file-fpdtcdll.67134.html
  • Excel 2010 Date Picker | Windows Secrets Lounge

    Excel 2010 Date Picker | Windows Secrets Lounge

    Date Picker is specific to Excel 2010. I do not have the Pro version and I am able to use this control flawlessly. The OP states he/she has 2010 as well.http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/150068-Excel-2010-Date-Picker
  • Adding Missing Controls... (Calendar Control -

    Adding Missing Controls... (Calendar Control -

    You'll also need to register the calendar control with windows before you can reference it in Excel. So steps are: 1. Copy MSCAL.OCX to the SYSTEM32 directory (e.g ...http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14815
  • 64-bit Windows & Office 2010 migration | Matthew Slyman

    64-bit Windows & Office 2010 migration | Matthew Slyman

    A brief review of Office 2010 with a discussion of the technical benefits and disadvantages of the 64-bit edition.http://www.slyman.org/blog/2010/11/64-bit-windows-7office-2010-migration-experiences/
  • Migrating from Access 2007 to Access 2010: Has Anything ...

    Migrating from Access 2007 to Access 2010: Has Anything ...

    What’s Been Removed from Microsoft Access 2010? To start, the Microsoft Calendar control (mscal.ocx) has been completely removed from Access 2010.http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/59573.aspx

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