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I have a report that uses a stored procedure as a record source. The stored
procedure accepts a parameter InspectionDate smalldatetime which it prompts
for when the report is run. I have a textbox control on the report with the
control source of:

=Format([@InspectionDate],"Long Date")

This works fine on everyone's machine except the person who usually prints
the report. They get #Name? instead of the date. Any thoughts?

I've tried replacing the Msowcf.dll file but no luck.

Thanks,
Wes
Oct 25 '06 #1
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>I have a report that uses a stored procedure as a record source. The
stored
procedure accepts a parameter InspectionDate smalldatetime which it
prompts
for when the report is run. I have a textbox control on the report with
the
control source of:

=Format([@InspectionDate],"Long Date")

This works fine on everyone's machine except the person who usually prints
the report. They get #Name? instead of the date. Any thoughts?

I've tried replacing the Msowcf.dll file but no luck.
Have you tried: =Format([@InspectionDate];"Long Date") ?
If that's working then I guess it could have something to do with that
particular user having a different language version than the others...
john

Oct 25 '06 #2

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