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search problem after converting data base Access '97 to Access 2002

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Hello everyone,

After I updated Office '97 to Office 2002(XP)and I do a search in a
access database I get the following message.
The control 'Command23'the macro is attempting to search can't be
searched.

Try one of the following:
*Add a GoToControl action before the FindRecord action.
*For the FindRecord action, change the Only Field action argument from
Yes to No.
*Change the focus to a searchable control.
I have tryed to convert the database from '97 to 2000 and 2002(XP), I
still get the same message.

Can somebody help please?
Regards,

K. Verhoeven

Nov 13 '05 #1
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kr*****************@hotmail.com wrote:
Hello everyone,

After I updated Office '97 to Office 2002(XP)and I do a search in a
access database I get the following message.
The control 'Command23'the macro is attempting to search can't be
searched.

Try one of the following:
*Add a GoToControl action before the FindRecord action.
*For the FindRecord action, change the Only Field action argument from
Yes to No.
*Change the focus to a searchable control.
I have tryed to convert the database from '97 to 2000 and 2002(XP), I
still get the same message.

Can somebody help please?
Regards,

K. Verhoeven

It's possible that an error condition existing in 97 was caught in 2000
or XP. I'll assume the error is in a form. I would open up the form,
find the command button Command23, and look in the Events tab in the
property sheet (most likely OnClick) for the macro. Correct from there.
Nov 13 '05 #2

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