Problems Office 2007 “Not registered message”

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Hi guys,

I have a Dell laptop. It is really a good system with many installed features. I have Office 2007 installed in it.

Last night my friend sent me lectures in PowerPoint presentation.

Whenever I try to open the presentation, the following error message is displayed:

Microsoft Office PowerPoint

Some controls on this presentation can't be activated. They might not be registered on this computer.

I even tried to search this issue online but am unable to counter the situation.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #96019

Problems Office 2007 “Not registered message”

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Hey friends,

This error occurs when Flash is there. It is usually related to Flash OCX file not being registered or properly registered on your computer. Try the following to resolve the issue:

  1. First of all quit the PowerPoint.
  2. Then run the command:
     
  • regsvr32.exe “C:WINDOWSsystem32MacromedFlashFlash.ocx”
  • Using Start -> Run
  • The exact path may vary and the command should be applied to any of the following files that exist in the noted directory:
  • flash.ocx
  • flash8.ocx
  • flash9.ocx
     
  • If still the error occurs then uninstall Flash and reboot your computer. After that re-install the Flash and reboot your computer or install the latest version of the Flash player.

Thanks.

Answered By 0 points N/A #96021

Problems Office 2007 “Not registered message”

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Hi dear,

It is very common error in many Microsoft products. The original Namespace in XML recommendation was unclear about declaring the "xml" prefix in documents. It's disallowed in many Microsoft products and the W3C later clarified that it is allowed.

I'll give you some suggestion now:

  • Please download the schema form net use Google for searching this schema and change the prefix from "xml" to 'xm'. Now clear. Now it works for you.

Regards.

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