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I use VB 2010, Office 2003 and Windows 7.
All the office programs have worked fine on their own for several years, but
when I try to connect to Excel or Word via .net coding (That will work on
other systems) the program fails because theEnd user Licence Agreement form
shows and waits for the Accept buutton to be pressed. Yet it shows the programs have been Activated correctly. Can anyone assit with a fix ???
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Maciej Los 16-Aug-11 14:02pm
   
How you are trying to connect to Excel or Word via .net coding? Show your code and explain technics (interop services or creating an OLE object?).
Paul_Williams 17-Aug-11 11:54am
   
I have encountered this issue before. It was due to a registry problem whereby 'OKing' the licence agreement did not get saved to the registry. I will try and find the cure I used. I do remember it was from the MS web site and involved manually correcting the issue using the Registry Editor.

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Found it!

I think this link[^] should solve your problem.

Cheers,

Paul
   
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Maciej Los 17-Aug-11 18:26pm
   
My 5!

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