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File bloating after decompile

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JD
Hi

Access 10 running under XP Pro

I have an app that grows every time I decompile it. I've tried
importing all the objects into a new .mdb and then immediately
compacting. This does return the size to normal. If I then open it
decompiled, immediately close it then re-open, compact and close it
the file is 500-700 K bigger. Each time I do this
(decompile/close/compact/close) it continues to grow by another
+-500Kb!

Anyone ever experience this kind of odd behaviour??

Thanks
JD

Help System Info
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Version: 10.2627.2625
Build: 2627
VBA: 6.03
Jet Core Components: Jet 2.x (msrd2x40.dll, v4.00.4910.0)
Jet Core Components: Jet 3.x (msrd3x40.dll, v4.00.4325.0)
Jet Core Components: Jet 4.0 (Not Available)
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Why are you decompiling it?

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"JD" <fl*********@rocketmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi

Access 10 running under XP Pro

I have an app that grows every time I decompile it. I've tried
importing all the objects into a new .mdb and then immediately
compacting. This does return the size to normal. If I then open it
decompiled, immediately close it then re-open, compact and close it
the file is 500-700 K bigger. Each time I do this
(decompile/close/compact/close) it continues to grow by another
+-500Kb!

Anyone ever experience this kind of odd behaviour??

Thanks
JD

Help System Info
----------------
Version: 10.2627.2625
Build: 2627
VBA: 6.03
Jet Core Components: Jet 2.x (msrd2x40.dll, v4.00.4910.0)
Jet Core Components: Jet 3.x (msrd3x40.dll, v4.00.4325.0)
Jet Core Components: Jet 4.0 (Not Available)

Nov 12 '05 #2

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