I see one of the following errors:
- Component MSSTDFMT.DLL
or one of its dependencies is not correctly registered: a file is missing or
- The File MSSTDFMT.DLL
is out of date or missing. This program requires a new version.
In order to fix this
problem, you'll need to set up and register the library file.
Here's how to do it:
- Back up your current
copy of msstdfmt.dll (if it exists), and copy the new version to the same file location. This
file should be located in the WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory on your C: drive (for
Windows NT and 2000: \WINNT\system32).
- Copy the file
msstdfmt.dll from your
c:\program files\XPS directory
to your WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory.
- Using your mouse,
click on the "Start" button and then click on "Run".
- Type the following
command to register this library file: regsvr32 \windows\system\msstdfmt.dll
(for Windows NT and 2000: regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\msstdfmt.dll)
- You should see a
message saying "DllRegisterServer ... succeeded"
If you are getting an
error telling you that the file is missing, then you are not typing the command
in correctly. You will need to type it in *exactly* as follows:
regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\msstdfmt.dll (for Windows NT and 2000)
note that there is a space after "regsvr32", between it and before "\windows\system\msstdfmt.dll
You should probably
copy and paste the command so that you are unable to mistype it.
If you are unable to
register a Windows Library file manually with the regsvr32 command, you should
be able to register them with the Microsoft VBRUN60.EXE tool.
The latest Library files
may be installed by using a program provided by Microsoft called VBRUN60.EXE.
VBRUN60.EXE installs the Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 run-time library
(MSVBVM60.EXE) and updates required Automation files used by Visual Basic 6.0
applications (including the one that you are missing). VBRUN60.EXE may be
downloaded from the Microsoft Web Site:
If you are having
problems registering a Library file, your computer's operating system may not be
functioning correctly. You may need to perform a Windows System Update (free at
www.microsoft.com), or have a Microsoft Systems technician help you register the
DLL file on your computer so that you may use your XDP software.