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#Name Error for Calculated Field on a Form

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Thanks for taking the time to look at my problem. I keep getting a
#Name error from a calculated field on a form. It is a text box field
unbound. The calculation is very very simple yet I still get the #Name
error. The formula is =[Field Name]-[Field Name]. I checked the field
names and they are spelled correctly. I made sure they are numeric and
they are. I made sure I had the msowcf.dll file that access said I
needed. I still keep getting the error. Does anyone have thoughts on
why?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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On 22 Jun 2004 08:11:11 -0700, Yuki wrote:
Thanks for taking the time to look at my problem. I keep getting a
#Name error from a calculated field on a form. It is a text box field
unbound. The calculation is very very simple yet I still get the #Name
error. The formula is =[Field Name]-[Field Name]. I checked the field
names and they are spelled correctly. I made sure they are numeric and
they are. I made sure I had the msowcf.dll file that access said I
needed. I still keep getting the error. Does anyone have thoughts on
why?


Make sure the name of the control is not the same as the name of one
of the fields used in the calculation.
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