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Microsoft Access Can't Find Macro '.'

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I keep receiving the above error message in Microsoft Access when I
attempt to click on one of the text boxes on my form. I have done some
searching and came across a couple of posts that stated their may be a
space in one of the event procedure properties of the text box, but I
see nothing. I have even tried backspacing and deleting from each
event procedure that is not being called. I also tried a compact and
repair with no change. Any suggestions? Thank you.

-Vincent

Mar 18 '06 #1
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do you get the error message regardless of where the focus is at the time
that you try to move the focus to that particular textbox control? what i'm
thinking is that perhaps the "problem macro" is running from the LostFocus,
or Exit event of another control on the form.

also, have you tried deleting the control from the form, and adding a new
textbox control to replace it?

hth
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I keep receiving the above error message in Microsoft Access when I
attempt to click on one of the text boxes on my form. I have done some
searching and came across a couple of posts that stated their may be a
space in one of the event procedure properties of the text box, but I
see nothing. I have even tried backspacing and deleting from each
event procedure that is not being called. I also tried a compact and
repair with no change. Any suggestions? Thank you.

-Vincent

Mar 19 '06 #2

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