I have Mathcad 15 and Windows 10 installed on my computer. I am trying to use a Mathcad program which has some ComboBox's and/or drop-down lists embedded in it, and keep getting error messages (pasted below) about Microsoft VBScript runtime error...Object required: 'ComboBox'. Any ideas how to fix this problem?
There are no scripted components in the sheet you posted. Its just a top menu file which calls a couple of other worksheets via hyperlinks.
Werner - Thanks for your reply. Sorry, I didn't realize it was just the top menu file I sent. I attached the entire Mathcad program here, with all the other associated worksheets and reference files. The problem I have is when I open the "PSbeam" Mathcad XML Document, and then double click the "Single Web Beam" icon (and then click "No" to not disable evaluation of objects), that brings me to the "Data Input" part of the program, and that's where I'm getting the VBScript runtime error Object required 'ComboBox' error messages.
When I do what you describe it all looks like its working OK.
See at the end what I am seeing. I can enter a filename (abc) in the textbox, when I press the button "Refresh File List" this file appears in the left Listbox. Also a zerobyte file named abc.dat is created in the "I-Beam Data Files" subdirectory.
I can select a file in the listbox and press the button "Read Data File" and it seems to work. At least I don't experience any errors.
So the files and scripts seem to be OK. It may have to do with your installations. In the past (you may search for it in this forum) there often was given the advise to re-register the components using a command I did't remember. maybe this helps.
I'm seeing the same issue for users that are running Windows 10. We have many calcs that were created on Windows 7 and Office 2010 or 2013 and work fine still on that OS. Now users that have Windows 10 and Office 2016 are having VbScript runtime errors, failed to launch server application, and generally poor performance with embedded Excel objects.