The ocx control should be in your Syswow64 (if 64 bit pc) folder and not in the app folder, and it needs to be registered manually (common vb6 problem in Win7, 8 ,10). It seems you can see the file, but it might not be registered. Run cmd in administrator mode, type regsvr32 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ MSCOMCTL.OCX. I have a VBA that uses the MSCOMCTL.ocx file and treemain. It works great with Office 1007-2010, but it fails with Office 2013. I have been doing some research and it appears to be the 64bit part of Office 2013. I have deregistered the ocx file and re-registered the new version. I have tried to install office 2013 32bit.
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