Error msg "Component not correctly registered"


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Guest

I have MS office 2003 smal business running on XP pro.

Excel had worked fine. I installed adobe acro. 6 pro. Ever scince, when i
open first excel or use ctrl+z, ctrl+x (in excel, not VBA), ect.. short cuts
i get an error message titled 'Microsoft Visual Basic' reading "Component Not
Correctly Registered" which i have to acknolwege many times before i get a
second error msg, same title, reading 'unexpected error (336)'

I believe it is something to do with the macro security or the digital
signature of acrobat pro but have tried every thing in my limited knowledge.
Errors remained after removing acrobat pro and repairing office installation.

Any suggestions?
 
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rkoolbergen

paul logan schreef:
I have MS office 2003 smal business running on XP pro.

Excel had worked fine. I installed adobe acro. 6 pro. Ever scince, when i
open first excel or use ctrl+z, ctrl+x (in excel, not VBA), ect.. short cuts
i get an error message titled 'Microsoft Visual Basic' reading "Component Not
Correctly Registered" which i have to acknolwege many times before i get a
second error msg, same title, reading 'unexpected error (336)'

I believe it is something to do with the macro security or the digital
signature of acrobat pro but have tried every thing in my limited knowledge.
Errors remained after removing acrobat pro and repairing office installation.

Any suggestions?
Hi Paul,

I had the same problem.
If you open Excel and go to "Tools > Add-Ins..." just unmark any
selection made there.
If you restart Excel you will not have the problem anymore.
Just activate the add-ins one by one, and check which one is giving you
the message.
Then check for updates for that specific Add-in.

Best Regards,
Rogier Koolbergen
 
G

Guest

I have the same problem with Excel 2003, although it is not related to Adobe.
I currently do not have any Add-Ins selected, and I still have the same
problem. I believe it's related to my system's Visual Basic component
registration, because "Microsoft Visual Basic" is displayed in the title bar
of both the error: "336" and the error: "component not registered correctly."
dialogues I experience on startup, shutdown, and when using keyboard
shortcuts. If I use menu commands instead of the shortcuts, I do not
experience the problem.

I've installed the latest Office updates, but this doesn't appear to update
or repair any VB files, and I think that's what is necessary. Any
suggestions for repairing my system's Visual Basic files or component
registration?

Thank you, JT
 
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Guest

Thankyou Rogier
your suggestion fixed my problem

paul logan schreef:


Hi Paul,

I had the same problem.
If you open Excel and go to "Tools > Add-Ins..." just unmark any
selection made there.
If you restart Excel you will not have the problem anymore.
Just activate the add-ins one by one, and check which one is giving you
the message.
Then check for updates for that specific Add-in.

Best Regards,
Rogier Koolbergen
 

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