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Cannot find Macro '.'

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ng
I have the strangest behavior with this form. I guess the form has had one
of it's events deleted, but damned if I can find which one!

The specific message is just that:

"Microsoft Access can't find the macro '.'"

sans double-quotes.

I had thought of one idea of re-creating the form, copying all the buttons,
and the code, etc.. to the new form, and see if I get this message. That's
too easy though ;) Oh, BTW, I get this message when I open this form.

Thanks for any help!

-Brian
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Depends on how the form was built, but it sounds like there's a control
somewhere that's trying to run the missing macro. I'd check the
Form_Load event and the buttons for the form. Start with Form_load,
though. If you've created your own menus, then check there, too. That
might be what's causing it.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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ng
I looked in form load.. not there.. does something else. The menu idea
though, that's possible.. I didn't transfer any of the "special" menu's from
the previous DB. This form might be calling for one.

-B

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Depends on how the form was built, but it sounds like there's a control
somewhere that's trying to run the missing macro. I'd check the
Form_Load event and the buttons for the form. Start with Form_load,
though. If you've created your own menus, then check there, too. That
might be what's causing it.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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Brian,
Check your form's properties. Especially the events-tab.
Maybe you have a '.' somewhere there ?

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Hope this helps
Arno R
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I have the strangest behavior with this form. I guess the form has had one
of it's events deleted, but damned if I can find which one!

The specific message is just that:

"Microsoft Access can't find the macro '.'"

sans double-quotes.

I had thought of one idea of re-creating the form, copying all the buttons,
and the code, etc.. to the new form, and see if I get this message. That's
too easy though ;) Oh, BTW, I get this message when I open this form.

Thanks for any help!

-Brian

Nov 13 '05 #4

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