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Changin fields' names

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Hi everybody,

I'm not sure if this you've gone through this question before or not.
I'm new in developing. I found out 2 days ago that my tables should
not have fields called (e.g. Name), because this is considered a
keyword. I'm now at the phase of creating reports and I have 11 tables
with afield called "Name". I'm sure some codes are made usind these
fields. Now I don't know what to do?!! All I know is that I really
needs to alter their names. Do I have to go through the system again
to check if codes were made using these fields?

Thanks for your cooperation.

Louly

May 18 '06 #1
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On 18 May 2006 01:54:52 -0700, "Louly" <mi*****@gmail.com> wrote:

Yes.
If you're using Access 2003, it will attempt to fix up the queries and
other objects that use those names.

-Tom.

Hi everybody,

I'm not sure if this you've gone through this question before or not.
I'm new in developing. I found out 2 days ago that my tables should
not have fields called (e.g. Name), because this is considered a
keyword. I'm now at the phase of creating reports and I have 11 tables
with afield called "Name". I'm sure some codes are made usind these
fields. Now I don't know what to do?!! All I know is that I really
needs to alter their names. Do I have to go through the system again
to check if codes were made using these fields?

Thanks for your cooperation.

Louly


May 18 '06 #2

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Thank you so much Tom, now I can breath :)

Louly

May 18 '06 #3

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