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How do I reinstall the OLE server for MS Office Access 2003

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Plowman, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Plowman

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    I converted a MS Access 97 database to Access 2003. Have tried to delete a
    picture on a form. It then gives me the following message:

    The OLE server isn't registered.
    To register the OLE server, reinstall it.
     
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  3. Guest

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    Access is an OLE server, but it also uses other OLE servers. In this
    case, it seems to be saying that the OLE server used to display the
    picture is not correctly installed. What kind of picture is it? When
    you look at the properties for the picture, what does it tell you?

    (david)

    "Plowman" <Plowman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:38DCD7A4-C3C5-45FB-9049-F3D38D8BC9CE@microsoft.com...
    > I converted a MS Access 97 database to Access 2003. Have tried to delete

    a
    > picture on a form. It then gives me the following message:
    >
    > The OLE server isn't registered.
    > To register the OLE server, reinstall it.
     
  4. Plowman

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    This is the first time at this for me.
    I had a look at the properties and it is a "Microsoft Photo Editor 3.0
    Photo" OLE Class. I then thought that I might do a right click and see what
    options I had. I saw "Change To"-----"Image". I did that and then I was
    able to delete the image. All worked well. Thanks for your reply, it
    pointed me in a direction to start looking in.

    Plowman

    "david@epsomdotcomdotau" wrote:

    > Access is an OLE server, but it also uses other OLE servers. In this
    > case, it seems to be saying that the OLE server used to display the
    > picture is not correctly installed. What kind of picture is it? When
    > you look at the properties for the picture, what does it tell you?
    >
    > (david)
    >
    > "Plowman" <Plowman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:38DCD7A4-C3C5-45FB-9049-F3D38D8BC9CE@microsoft.com...
    > > I converted a MS Access 97 database to Access 2003. Have tried to delete

    > a
    > > picture on a form. It then gives me the following message:
    > >
    > > The OLE server isn't registered.
    > > To register the OLE server, reinstall it.

    >
    >
    >
     
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