Hi, I have a question regarding Automation Objects. I have 2 issues here: 1. On my computer I have installed Windows 2002. I created a CodeUnit what is taking care of sending emails. I am using automation object 'MSWORD.OLB (at least it seems to be, if I check the source with my VB Library tool). In Navision it says ‘Microsoft Word 10.0 Object Library’. However I need to have ‘Microsoft Word 9.0 Object Library’ in order to run it on a computer with Windows 2000. What are the steps to install ‘MSWORD9.OLB’ (thats the one for Windows 2000). I tried to copy it over in Microsofs Word directory where the 2002 is installed: c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10, but no result. 2. It seems to be that, when I’m using Outlook 2002, when I try to email a document, it all the time asks a security related question before I can continue emailing. It is annoying and I would like to turn it off. The message is: ‘A program is trying to access email addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow this?’ All help would be really appreciated. Thanks! Roelof de Jong.
- you will have to search through the registry and somewhere lies the registration of the controls. sorry, i cant remebmer where it was. there should be 2 of them one with the old and one with the new version. delete the old one and it should work 2. im suffering the same problem but i guess its a setting inside outlook and i couldnt find it either.
Hi, 1) If you want to manually install a DLL, OCX or the like, you need to execute “regsvr32 filename” from the command prompt to get the automation objects contained in the file registered. I haven’t tried this with an OLB yet, but in principle, this should do the job. 2) This link contains a lot of information on this fantastic feature [xx(]: http://www.outlookcode.com/d/sec.htm