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Explorer View crashes with Total Access Analyzer Error 459 - Object or class does not support the set of events, Procedure clsFrmExplorer_TAA.InitForm.
This should not occur in Total Access Analyzer for Microsoft Access 2016 or 2013 (and related updates for Access 2010 and 2007) which use a different treeview control.
However, for older versions, this error may occur when you try to view the documentation results in the Explorer form:
Error 459 - Object or class does not support the set of events, Procedure clsFrmExplorer_TAA.InitForm
Our form uses the Microsoft Common Control for the treeview, which has been reliable for over a decade. In August 2012, Microsoft released a new security patch that caused this crash in existing versions of Total Access Analyzer.
Microsoft has acknowledged this problem. They even provide a workaround in a Knowledgebase article. Unfortunately, their suggestion does not work. For a reliable solution, read our paper: Fixing the Microsoft Windows Common Control Library (MSCOMCTL.OCX) Security Update.
Note that this does not affect your documentation. Once you fix this, you will be able to view your results without having to recreate it.