Error Message: The subject is not trusted for the specified action

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Amangio

I created a custom Contacts form in Outlook 2000. Using the Custom Controls

feature on the Control Toolbox, I selected the "Microsoft Office Spreadsheet"

item and added the Excel icon to the toolbox. My intent is to embed a

spreadsheet into my custom form. When I attempt to drop the icon onto the

page, I get this error message: "The subject is not trusted for the

specified action." Also, in another attempt to get an embedded Excel object

into my form (using the Insert menu), I can only get this to work on the

"General" page of the form. How can I insert a file or item into one of the

custom pages that I have added to my form? Thanks in advance for the

solution. Amangio

* OS: Windows Vista Home Premium

* Microsoft Office 2000 Pro

* Created Custom Contact form in Outlook

* Want to embed an Excel file into some of the pages on the custom form

* On attempts to do so, receive this error message: "The subject is not

trusted for the specified action."

* Embedding of Excel object doesn't happen

* Edited registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet

Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{648A5600-2C6E-101B-82B6-000000000014} ;

changed compatiblility value from 400 to 0. This had no effect so I switched

it back to 400

Tried the 2 registry edits below without success

* Edited registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet

Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{3B7C8860-D78F-101B-B9B5-04021C009402}; added

a new value, D-Word, set to 0. This had no effect but I left in place.

* Now at wits end
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

The spreadsheet control doesn't use an Excel file, although you can copy and

paste data into it from a worksheet. See

http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=69 for details on how to use it

and how to store the data in an Outlook property.

If you want an embedded object linked to a file, you can't do that in design

mode. You need to run your form and use the Insert Object command to insert

an object into the body of the item.

Sue Mosher

"Amangio" <Amangio> wrote in message

news:D4E23964-706F-4BE1-957E-9DCDDB3B91DE@microsoft.com...
> I created a custom Contacts form in Outlook 2000. Using the Custom Controls
> feature on the Control Toolbox, I selected the "Microsoft Office
> Spreadsheet"
> item and added the Excel icon to the toolbox. My intent is to embed a
> spreadsheet into my custom form. When I attempt to drop the icon onto the
> page, I get this error message: "The subject is not trusted for the
> specified action." Also, in another attempt to get an embedded Excel
> object
> into my form (using the Insert menu), I can only get this to work on the
> "General" page of the form. How can I insert a file or item into one of
> the
> custom pages that I have added to my form? Thanks in advance for the
> solution. Amangio

> * OS: Windows Vista Home Premium

> * Microsoft Office 2000 Pro

> * Created Custom Contact form in Outlook

> * Want to embed an Excel file into some of the pages on the custom form

> * On attempts to do so, receive this error message: "The subject is
> not
> trusted for the specified action."

> * Embedding of Excel object doesn't happen

> * Edited registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet
> Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{648A5600-2C6E-101B-82B6-000000000014} ;
> changed compatiblility value from 400 to 0. This had no effect so I
> switched
> it back to 400

> Tried the 2 registry edits below without success

> * Edited registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet
> Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{3B7C8860-D78F-101B-B9B5-04021C009402};
> added
> a new value, D-Word, set to 0. This had no effect but I left in place.

> * Now at wits end
>
 
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Amangio

Re: Error Message: The subject is not trusted for the specified ac

Thanks for your response Sue. I added the spreadsheet control to the

toolbox, but attempts to drag the icon onto the custom form result in the

error message: "The subject is not trusted for the specified action." My

intent is to to display a spreadsheet on a page in the form. This form will

not be sent via email to anyone; it is for record keeping only. Any ideas on

the error message and how to get the spreadsheet onto my form? Thanks. A.

The spreadsheet control doesn't use an Excel file, although you can copy and

paste data into it from a worksheet. See

http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=69 for details on how to use it

and how to store the data in an Outlook property.

If you want an embedded object linked to a file, you can't do that in design

mode. You need to run your form and use the Insert Object command to insert

an object into the body of the item.
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Re: Error Message: The subject is not trusted for the specified ac

I have no ideas about Outlook 2000. It's been years since I even had a copy

running. The only things that come to mind is that you might have mismatched

versions of Outlook and Excel or that you might be trying to drop the

control on something other than a blank spot on the page.

Sue Mosher

"Amangio" <Amangio> wrote in message

news:92BE46A2-1B78-4C2A-96AD-FBAAAC6172C8@microsoft.com...

> Thanks for your response Sue. I added the spreadsheet control to the
> toolbox, but attempts to drag the icon onto the custom form result in the
> error message: "The subject is not trusted for the specified action." My
> intent is to to display a spreadsheet on a page in the form. This form
> will
> not be sent via email to anyone; it is for record keeping only. Any ideas
> on
> the error message and how to get the spreadsheet onto my form? Thanks.
> A.

> The spreadsheet control doesn't use an Excel file, although you can copy
> and
> paste data into it from a worksheet. See
> http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=69 for details on how to use it
> and how to store the data in an Outlook property.

> If you want an embedded object linked to a file, you can't do that in
> design
> mode. You need to run your form and use the Insert Object command to
> insert
> an object into the body of the item.
 
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