Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Problem loading ScrumMaster.xla in Excel 2000
- woynam wrote:
> Thanks, that did the trick.Usually, the installation program for whatever Windows application
> Just a note, you have to execute the command in the directory where
> the OCX file is located. If you try to run the command anywhere else,
> you'll get an error.
> I'm baffled why one has to drop to the command prompt to register
> a control. The whole process seems rather clumsy.
you're installing does that work for you.
A helpful trick for those who write lots of these OCXs and DLLs is to
set the Windows Explorer to use regsvr32.exe to "open" .OCX and .DLL
files. Then all you have to do is doubleclick on the file icon to
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