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When I use the Copy Macro in Word, I get a Run-Time error (429) ActiveX component canít create object.Ē How do I fix this? (KB637)

The easiest way to clear up the Run Time error 429 message is to run the Reset to Factory Defaults. If you are running Vista or Windows 7, then you will need to turn off the User Account Controls before running the Reset to Factory Defaults.

If you don't have the Reset to Factory Defaults listed under the Start Menu, then you will either need to install the latest updated for the Version 4 or 5.
Version 4 - Install the 4.3C Update and the IE7 Patch
Version 5 - Install the 5.0F Update (There have been time where we have seen Version 5 libraries not install the Reset to Factory Defaults, but installing the 5.0F Update will bring it in.)
You will need to have a registered program in order to get either of these. To register your program, click here. You will need your library disc in order to complete registration.

Click on the Operating System you are getting the error on to be taken to the instructions whic will get rid of the Run Time error 429:
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7

Windows XP

Reset to Factory Defaults:
This Reset to Factory Defaults is an option that starting in version 4.2D. Feel free to use it whenever you get an error message from PC Study Bible.

  1. Close PC Study Bible along with Word.
  2. Click on Start.
  3. Click on Programs.
  4. Click on PC Study Bible 4 or 5.
  5. Click on Reset to Factory Defaults.
  6. The program may come up and run on it's own. If it doesn't then start up PC Study Bible.

When you start PC Study Bible again, the program will act as if you are opening it for the first time. For example, you'll have the opportunity to set your Bible preferences again. You may also see the following message as the program starts. This is normal in this situation.
 PC Study Bible did not shut down correctly last time - rebuilding topic database (this may take a few minutes)

Windows Vista

First you will want to turn off the User Account Controls:
The User Account Control is a feature in Windows that prompts you to Allow programs to run or to ask repeatedly if you really wish to delete the file you wish to delete. It is not part of the Virus Checker, or the Systems Firewall, if you have them. So turning this User Account Control off is not turning off the firewall, or the Virus Checker.
Windows Vista:

  1. Close any major program such as PC Study Bible, MS Word, or the Internet Browser.
  2. Go to the Control Panel.
  3. Double-click on User Accounts.
  4. Click on the option for Turn User Account Control on or off.
  5. User Account Control asks your permission.
  6. Click Continue.
  7. Uncheck the box which says Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer”.
  8. Click OK.
  9. You must restart your computer to apply these changes message appears.
  10. Click Restart Now.
  11. Windows restarts.
  12. User Account Control is now turned off, but Vista may prompt you each day to turn it back on. (See explanation above about the message "balloon".)

Next, run the Reset to Factory Defaults:
This Reset to Factory Defaults is an option that starting in version 4.2D. Feel free to use it whenever you get an error message from PC Study Bible.

  1. Close PC Study Bible
  2. Click on Start.
  3. Click on All Programs.
  4. Click on PC Study Bible 4 or 5.
  5. Click on Reset to Factory Defaults
  6. The program may come up and run on it's own. If it doesn't then start up PC Study Bible.

When you start PC Study Bible again, the program will act as if you are opening it for the first time. For example, you'll have the opportunity to set your Bible preferences again. You may also see the following message as the program starts. This is normal in this situation.
 PC Study Bible did not shut down correctly last time - rebuilding topic database (this may take a few minutes)

Windows 7

First you will want to turn off the User Account Controls:
The User Account Control is a feature in Windows that prompts you to Allow programs to run. Or to ask repeatedly if you really wish to delete the file you wish to delete. It is not part of the Virus Checker, or the Systems Firewall, if you have them. So turning this User Account Control off is not turning off the firewall, or the Virus Checker.

  1. Close any major program such as PC Study Bible, MS Word, or the Internet Browser.
  2. Click on the Start Button, usually found in the lower left corner of the screen.
  3. Click CONTROL PANEL.
  4. Look for a choice labeled USER ACCOUNTS, and Click it.
  5. When this window opens, look to the bottom for a selection labeled, CHANGE USER ACCOUNT CONTROL SETTINGS. Click this choice if it is here.
  6. If that item is not at the bottom of the window, then move to the upper part of the screen and click USER ACCOUNTS again.
  7. Look at the bottom for the item, CHANGE USER ACCOUNT CONTROL SETTINGS. Click this choice.
  8. On the left side of the screen is a Slider that slides up and down. If this Slider is not already at the bottom, slide it to the bottom, to Never Notify.
    Note - This turns off the messages, from Windows, asking you to give permission to run a program.
  9. Click the OK, and then Click Yes, to make changes to the system.
  10. On some Windows 7 systems, there will be a Button near the bottom of the screen for Restarting the System. If this Button is there, Click it to shut down and restart the computer.
  11. If this Button is not there, close the Settings Window and the Control Panel Screen, and Shut down and Restart the System.
  12. Once the computer has restarted, the User Account Control will be turned off.
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