Jumat, 22 Juli 2016

[MS_AccessPros] Re: Determine if ocx is registered


The code runs on my two computers, one with Access 2003 and the other with Access 2010.

But tell me, why are you using an ActiveX tab control? ActiveX controls are unpredictable as the user might have a different version than what you have or they might not even have it at all.

---In MS_Access_Professionals@yahoogroups.com, <domcoz@gmail.com> wrote :


I found this code in internet:

Option Explicit  Private Declare Function LoadLibrary Lib "kernel32" Alias "LoadLibraryA" (ByVal lpLibFileName As String) As Long  Private Declare Function FreeLibrary Lib "kernel32" (ByVal hLibModule As Long) As Long     Private Sub Form_Click()     If IsDLLAvailable("TABCTL32.OCX") Then         MsgBox "DLL or OCX passed!"     Else         MsgBox "DLL or OCX Failed!"         ' MsgBox ApiErrorText(Err.LastDllError)         ' for ApiErrorText, see: http://www.mvps.org/vb/index2.html?tips/formatmessage.htm     End If  End Sub    Function IsDLLAvailable(ByVal DllFilename As String) As Boolean     Dim hModule As Long     ' attempt to load the module     hModule = LoadLibrary(DllFilename)     If hModule > 32 Then         FreeLibrary hModule ' decrement the DLL usage counter         IsDLLAvailable = True     End If  End Function

 but does not work !! You have any suggestions?

You can recommend an alternative to MSFlxGrd.ocx?

thank you very much




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