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Probelms with Access (program)

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Hi,

I started having problems with a db that had previously worked where my
switchboard would not work. I tried some suggestions to fix to no
avail.

However I am now finding more and more ominous things that are worrying
me - if anyone had any suggestions it would be great.

In any DB in the VBA window I always have 3 projects listed on the left
- one if the project I am working on and the other two are named
acwzmain and acwztool. These are nothing to do with me and I don't know
how to get rid of them - could this be causing my problems?

I am getting regular error boxes, Object Library Not Registered. I am
then taken to the references box.

I have not altered anything so do not understand this.

I am scared my access is about to die a horrible death. This is a work
machine so cannot re-install without a trip to head office and a long
day!

Jan 21 '07 #1
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Another error;

ActiveX component can't create object

Jan 21 '07 #2

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keri wrote:
Hi,

I started having problems with a db that had previously worked where my
switchboard would not work. I tried some suggestions to fix to no
avail.

However I am now finding more and more ominous things that are worrying
me - if anyone had any suggestions it would be great.

In any DB in the VBA window I always have 3 projects listed on the left
- one if the project I am working on and the other two are named
acwzmain and acwztool. These are nothing to do with me and I don't know
how to get rid of them - could this be causing my problems?

I am getting regular error boxes, Object Library Not Registered. I am
then taken to the references box.

I have not altered anything so do not understand this.

I am scared my access is about to die a horrible death. This is a work
machine so cannot re-install without a trip to head office and a long
day!
If the link below wordwraps, turn wordwrap off. See if any of the
messages have solutions that will help you fix it.
http://groups.google.com/groups?as_q...=2007&safe=off

In one post it mentioned if you have VBA code open, you go to
tools/references and either add or remove the references to it.
Jan 21 '07 #3

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