Microsoft KB Archive/329573
Article ID: 329573
Article Last Modified on 12/4/2007
- Microsoft Office XP Developer Edition
- Microsoft Access 2002 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Office XP Professional Edition
- Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage
This article was previously published under Q329573
For a Microsoft Office 2000 Developer version of this article, see 279098.
Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage, Microsoft Office XP Professional, and the stand-alone version of Microsoft Access 2002 have a Calendar ActiveX control that you can use in Microsoft Office applications. However, you are not licensed to redistribute the Calendar control unless you own a licensed copy of Microsoft Office XP Developer Edition.
Although the Calendar control is included with Office XP Professional with FrontPage, Office XP Professional, and the stand-alone version of Access 2002, you cannot redistribute the Calendar control (MSCal.ocx) in a custom application unless you have purchased a copy of Office XP Developer Edition.
If you do not own a licensed copy of Office XP Developer Edition, but you plan to distribute your application to users who own either Office XP Professional with FrontPage, Office XP Professional, or the stand-alone version of Access 2002, your application will work properly if the users have installed the Calendar control.
For a list of files that you can distribute with your custom application, open the Redist.txt file that is included with Office XP Developer Edition. The default location for this file is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office XP Developer\Microsoft Office XP Developer - English. Although MSCal.ocx does not appear in this list, you can distribute this file with a solution that you packaged by using office XP Developer Edition.
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