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Error 2001 You canceled the previous operation

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This is a database in use on Terminal server, been reliable, no corruption
problems. (so far)

Designing a form, asked to save objects, Access put up a dialog box for the
current form asking me to change the name. Clicked 'Cancel'. From this
point forward every time I try to open the form from code I get error 2001
You canceled the previous operation. If I click Debug, the line is a
docmd.openform frmname. If I reset and then try to compile, I get 4 "You
canceled the previous operation" errors followed by a "module not found"
error. Compact and repair doesn't change it. Decompiling doesn' t change
it. Logging all the way out, even from TS and back in again doesn't change
it. If I try to open the form from the database window in either form view
or design view, nothing happens.

I've been forced (twice now) to go to a backup copy.

Anyone have any ideas what's going on??


Nov 13 '05 #1
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I'm experiencing the same exact issue as I speak. If you hear of the
solution (although I do have a work-around), please let me know.


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