Vista does not have the common dialog OCX installed by default as part of
the OS installation, unlike say Windows XP, which does have it installed as
part of the VB runtime.
You can either deploy the OCX as part of your installer package, or use the
underlying common dialog DLL in your code instead of the OCX.
"Joel Allen" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Outlook 2003 SP3
> Hi, I use this Microsoft Common Dialog control to select files in my
> custom task form. Works great, but on some other computers, it doesn't
> work and throws up an error. How come it works on some computers, and
> some not. I had to load Visual Studio on my computer to get the control
> to work, but most people aren't going to have Visual Studio on their
> computer. What am I missing. Do I need to use another control?