Total Visual CodeTools supports all VBA/VB6 hosts, including Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6) and Microsoft Office (including Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, etc.). Loaded directly into the Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Total Visual CodeTools gives you a rich set of coding tools to increase your productivity and make your entire development team more effective.
Total Visual CodeTools Error: The add-in could not be installed because it is missing a UsysRegInfo table.
This error occurs if you are attempting to install Total Visual CodeTools using the Microsoft Access Add-Ins menu. If you have run the setup, the product is already installed at this point. Please review the following information to setup and use Total Visual CodeTools on your system.
Running the Setup Program
To install Total Visual CodeTools on your computer, run the SETUP.EXE program located on the CD (or download). Once the Setup program starts, enter your information as prompted and complete the setup Installshield wizard.
Total Visual CodeTools is designed to be used via the Microsoft Office Visual Basic for Applications IDE (i.e., VBA Editor) or the Visual Basic 6.0 Program Editor if you have VB6 installed on your system. To launch the Total Visual CodeTools main menu, simply open the VBA IDE from your Office program (or VB6) and the Total Visual CodeTools top level menu is available at the top of editor toolbar. There is also a separate toolbar for this product that displays by default. Our latest version of the product supports Visual Basic 6.0 as well as the 32-bit editions of Microsoft Office 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016.
If you still do not see the Total Visual CodeTools menu option within the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) editor, please check to ensure that the Total Visual CodeTools add-in process is currently running by selecting Add-Ins => Add-in Manager. Then, check to ensure that the item entitled "Total Visual CodeTools" is currently loaded. In most cases, you may wish to ensure that the checkbox entitled "Load on Startup" is also selected.