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dirDataCopy error message when converting to Access 2000

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Hello,
I created an Access database in Access 2002-2003 that I am trying to
convert to Access 2000. During conversion, I get error "The report
name ' dirDataCopy' you entered in either the property sheet or macro
is misspelled or refers to a report that doesn't exit." I click 'ok',
the word 'Converting' stays on the screen, and the progress bars never
finish.
I do not have any such report name or property, and have no macros.
I have searched the web and only found one posting with this error, but
no answers.

Any suggestions?!
Thanks,
Lori

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Try creating a dummy report called dirDataCopy in the Access 2002-03
database prior to the conversion. Also suggest a Database Compact before
the conversion.

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Regards,
Kevin
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Hello,
I created an Access database in Access 2002-2003 that I am trying to
convert to Access 2000. During conversion, I get error "The report
name ' dirDataCopy' you entered in either the property sheet or macro
is misspelled or refers to a report that doesn't exit." I click 'ok',
the word 'Converting' stays on the screen, and the progress bars never
finish.
I do not have any such report name or property, and have no macros.
I have searched the web and only found one posting with this error, but
no answers.

Any suggestions?!
Thanks,
Lori
Nov 13 '05 #2

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