Wednesday, March 30, 2016

[Solved] Active X Component Can't Create Object in Word 2000

Active X Component Can't Create Object in Word 2000

Yes, it's an older version of Word, I know.
Microsoft Word gives me the message "Active X Component Can't Create Object" using Word 2000 on my Vista Home Premium 32 bit system.  Once I click "OK" Word functions properly.  I've tried reinstalling the entire Office package but still get that pop-up
when Word is opened.  The other Office products do not get this error.
Is there a fix?

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Hi Dennyd,
You might want to have a look into the below article which talks about a similar issue.
Azeez Nadeem - Microsoft Support

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  • Click on the Start button on the Taskbar.
  • Type "System Restore" (without quotes) in the Search box and hit Enter or,
  • Click on System Restore (when you see System Restore pop up  in the list of search results).
  • Make sure the "Recommended restore" radio button is checked on the restore utility window.
  • Click on Next and follow the instructions given.

Note: There is the option on the restore utility to select "Choose a different restore point". Unless you have a specific reason to select a different date and time than what Windows recommends, just select the recommended option stated in the steps above. If you choose to select another one, follow these steps:

Click on that desired date and time, and Windows 7 will perform a scan for any affected programs in that restore point.

Once completed, click Next and follow the instructions given.

Once you have selected the restore point, your system will start the restoring process, after which you will have to restart the system.

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