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I am writing an application in Visual Basic 5.0 that calls Crystal Reports 4.6. I used to be able to do this on my old PC which ran Windows XP, but now when I try to do it on my new PC which is running Windows 7 (64-bit), I can't add the Crystal Report component to my VB project - I get a registry error. I would love to know how to overcome this. I know I'm using outdated software, but I'm really hoping there's a solution that doesn't involve upgrading. Thanks very much for your help.

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Hi all, Can someone please help me. I'm writing a VB5 app that connects to an Access 97 database using a data access control with the following parameters: Connect = "Access" DefaultType = 2 'UseODBC Exclusive = 0 'False Options = 0 ReadOnly = 0 'False RecordsetType = 1 'Dynaset (The app sets the DatabaseName and RecordSource properties at runtime.) When the database doesn't have a password, it works perfectly. But when I give it a password ("OpenSesame") and change the Connect string to "Access;pwd=OpenSesame", I get this error: "Couldn't find installable ISAM." I need to solve this so that …

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I am writing a VB app that provides the user with a menu of reports written in Crystal Reports 4.6. When the user selects a report, it is shown in the Crystal Reports preview window from where it can be printed to the selected printer. My problem is that the page orientation is derived from the printer, not the report. I need the orientation to be portrait or landscape depending on the report selected, not the printer. If the selected printer is set up as portrait but the report is landscape, I need it to print in landscape (and vice …

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