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Error in ms word 03 while trying to make scrolling text

When I try to add scrolling text to a web page, I get an error message saying
that:
This item was created in MARQUEE. (the other said it was created in
HTMLInlineSoundCtl.)
This application is not available to open this object.
Make sure the application is properly installed and that it has not been
deleted, moved, or renamed

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This issue occurs because the ActiveX controls were disabled in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2. These ActiveX controls posed a security risk.

Unfortunately there is no fix, Microsoft has turned that off due to security problems and it does not look like they are providing an alternative. If you like, you can view the nitty gritty details by following the following link:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=886299

Hope this help! Sorry there is not quick fix.

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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