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HELP! - Missing Access 2000 components

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I'm trying to create a form and am getting errors like "Failed to create the
Visual Basic module'.'", and "Can't find project or library" when inserting
a control button, for example.

I'm a fairly advanced user of MS Access, and have not, to the best of my
knowledge, corrupted anything. These errors are new to me and occur in any
database I have - new or old. I've un-installed Access and re-installed, but
to no avail. I need to get this fixed so I can complete my project. Any
ideas on what else I might try?

Thanks in advance.

Jerry
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Check your references (from the code window, click Tools - References). If
any are marked MISSING, uncheck them, close and reopen the References
dialog, and then find and recheck that reference.

Also, it may be wise to import all of you objects to a new, blank database.

"Jerry" <jl******@lucent.com> wrote in message
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I'm trying to create a form and am getting errors like "Failed to create the Visual Basic module'.'", and "Can't find project or library" when inserting a control button, for example.

I'm a fairly advanced user of MS Access, and have not, to the best of my
knowledge, corrupted anything. These errors are new to me and occur in any
database I have - new or old. I've un-installed Access and re-installed, but to no avail. I need to get this fixed so I can complete my project. Any
ideas on what else I might try?

Thanks in advance.

Jerry

Nov 12 '05 #2

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