They might not be registered on this computer. You could try the following to resolve your issue: >>> >>> 1. >>> Quit PowerPoint. >>> 2. >>> Run the following command (using Start -> in the start search box, type Mi cuentaBúsquedaMapsYouTubePlayNoticiasGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TraductorFotosMásShoppingDocumentosLibrosBloggerContactosHangoutsAún más de GoogleIniciar sesiónCampos ocultosBuscar grupos o mensajes Prep4PDF preserves interactivity in PowerPoint presentations when you convert to PDF Message: Some controls on this presentation can't be activated.
Macro's are not blocked, Activex is not blocked. Blogroll BOB BusinessObjects Help BW vs. I've not done any testing on the server side. I have run the following command Code: regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\Flash64_19_0_0_185.ocx I got a message saying that is succeeded and registered, however I still cannot play the Flash content. Get More Info
I am currently looking into this with Boardworks to see if there is a more permanent fix. PPT2HTML exports HTML even from PowerPoint 2010 and 2013, gives you full control of PowerPoint HTML output, helps meet Section 508 accessibility requirements Merge Excel data into PowerPoint presentations to create I then have to close it run the command again then open it and it sorts it.
I downloaded and installed >> the latest Shockwave Player. Now click Save in the PowerPoint toolbar and close the presentation. When the file is first loaded, there is this popup error message: "Some controls on this presentation can't be activated. Download Flash Player Linda Sampson Reply Quote Flag Mark as Helpful (0) Bookmark Linda Sampson Ashley Terwilliger 1 year ago09/23/15 at 7:11 pm (UTC) I really don’t think the PPT file is corrupt, however.
Interactive slides stop working after copying into a new PowerPoint 2007 or 2010 presentation.The new Office Open XML file formats introduced with Microsoft Office 2007 (for PowerPoint these are .pptx and Some Controls On This Presentation Cannot Be Activated Powerpoint 2016 Likewise, Flash 10,0,45,2 is properly installed. >>>>>> >>>>>> How do I determine what controls PP is complaining about and go about >>>>>> "registering" them? Hello Experts, Here’s the scenario: I’m embedding a flash video (.swf) file into a slide. Run-time error '-2147467259 (80004005)' But it's not your code that's the problem.
If you've followed the suggestions on the Troubleshooting page (on the UK site*) then I would suspect that the file isn't one of our published presentations. Click the Home tab. 4. I checked in >> both Firefox and IE and confirmed that the latest version was installed. >> >> I opened the ppt file and got the same error message. They might not be registered on this computer.
Reply ↓ Andy on October 7, 2015 at 10:03 pm said: I wish I had similar news, but the problem still exists for me. http://www.boardworks.co.uk/troubleshooting-_334/ They might not be registered on this computer. Some Controls On This Presentation Cannot Be Activated Powerpoint 2007 I created a case #00650094. Some Controls On This Presentation Cannot Be Activated Boardworks When asked if you would like to replace the current file select ‘Yes’.
Click the Save button in the toolbar and close the Visual Basic editor. That might help you narrow things down. >>>>> Perhaps it's not a shockwave object at all. >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> In article <>, Lem wrote: >>>>>> Good thought, but NOT Did this solve your problem? Saved me a ton of time. Office Update Breaks Activex Controls
When the file is first loaded, there is this popup >> error message: "Some controls on this presentation can't be activated. >> They might not be registered on this computer." When http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ Back Flashy Presentations Now that you've upgraded the flash player referenced by Powerpoint, you can get back to viewing those flashy Xcelsius presentations. In the future I would expect Microsoft It is possible to add a network location to this list, if the files are stored on a shared network area. Clicking on "Edit" results in the error message "An error occurred during creation of an ActiveX control." It seems as if the author of this presentation has been a bit too
Also to get ours to work I have to open the presentation. Thank you! Reply Quote Flag Mark as Helpful (0) Bookmark Leslie McKerchie Staff 1 year ago09/23/15 at 7:23 pm (UTC) Linda - the flash error that you seeing may be due to the
By Dos_Box in forum Bad Experiences Replies: 4 Last Post: 11th December 2011, 07:44 PM Can not use some features on the "dashboard" when editing articles. Do you meet the system requirements listed here? They > may not be registered on your computer.", try the following few steps from Microsoft Tech > Services that should help resolve the problem: >>>>> The error message you are The Vista and Windows 7 also pop up a warning about security level, but I don't have those either of those computers at the moment, so I can't give the exact
The time now is 12:57 PM. For each shape in Slide 9, I printed oSh.Name and oSh.Type. thank you! Instead it >>>>> was could still be using an older flash player and therefore you will >>>>> continue get the message: Some controls on this presentation can’t be >>>>> activated.
We keep getting the error: "Some controls on this presentation can't be activated - They might not be registered on this computer." but they are registered as they are default. Thank you for posting this fix. The symptoms I >>>>>> described earlier are still present. >>>>>> >>>>>> For good measure, I also uninstalled Shockwave Player. To verify if you're having the same problem open a new PowerPoint file and go to the "DEVELOPER" tab.
Some other things I searched for when trying to fix this problem method ‘object' of object ‘oleformat' failed ActiveX Label missing activex control windows 8.1 activex controls not registered powerpoint reinstall Moreover, Secunia PSI, which had picked up the presence of old versions of both Flash Player and Shockwave hanging around even though Firefox and IE reported the latest versions, no longer They might not be registered on this computer. I chose the 64-bit version of Office 2010 for this computer, whereas I had chosen the 32-bit version of Office 2010 for the computers running XP.
Click the Browse button and select Browse File. 6. It is a bit dated.