Cannot create ActiveX componentin BillQuick Outlook Add-in 2013

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I am getting a wired error message when I try to open Microsoft Outlook Where in BillQuick Outlook Add-in 2013 is installed. I try to google to find some solution. I found some dll is not registered, how to register the missing dll? Please assist me solve this problem. Thank in advance.

Error : Cannot create ActiveX component.

atMicrosoft.VisualBasic.Interaction.CreateObject(String ProgId, String ServerName)

at BillQuickOutAddin2013.Connect.OnStartupComplete(Array&custom)

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Cannot create ActiveX componentin BillQuick Outlook Add-in 2013

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When using BillQuick Outlook Add-in, make sure your computer meets all the requirements. BillQuick Outlook Add-in supports x86 and x64 versions of Windows XP [Home or Professional], Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. Also, the following modules should be installed before installing BillQuick Outlook Add-in: BillQuick [Lite, Basic, Pro, or Enterprise], Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and up, Microsoft Data Access Components 2.6 and up, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, and Windows Installer 2.0 and up.

Try it again. If nothing happens and the problem continues, try installing Adobe Flash Player ActiveX on your computer since this is the same ActiveX component being used in the entire system. Download the latest version from Download Adobe Flash Player ActiveX. Another possible reason why you get this error is that the “Redemption.dll” file located in the BillQuick Outlook Add-in installation folder is not registered.

The solution is to reinstall or register the DLL file. To do this, exit Microsoft Office Outlook, click Start, Run, and type the following:

  • For x64 Microsoft Windows:

    • regsvr32 "C:Program Files (x86)BillQuick2013 OutlookAddInRedemption.dll"
  • For x86 Microsoft Windows:

    • regsvr32 "C:Program FilesBillQuick2013 OutlookAddInRedemption.dll"

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