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Help with error message

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I've been getting a message that says the network connection can't be found.
What does that mean? Here's what I've been doing.
Over the course of time I've developed about 8 or 10 fairly simple databases
to track data at work. Well now my people have all these shortcuts on their
computers and I thought I'd condense these databases into one database.
I've dont this by creating a new database and then importing all the objects
from the other databases.
Instead of creating "command buttons" to activate the other forms I've been
creating images. The I use some code "on click" to make the image do the
same thing the command button does.
The problem has been at times when I click on the image button I get the
"network connection can't be found" message. Then I have to delete the
image and create it new again.
At first I just thought that the path to the files was broken or something
but I'm not sure.
If all of this sounds jumbled it's because for the most part I don't know
what I'm doing. As I've said I have created several databases but fairly
simple and when more intricate work has been needed I've used this forum to
get things done.
So can anyone tell me what this means and how do I fix it or get around it?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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