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Access Crash -- Bound Form?

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I have an impatient user who tries to click on a combo box before
the bound form the control is placed on is finished loading. Every
time they click on this combo box before the form is finished loading,
Access crashes and prompts to perform a compact and repair. However,
if they wait a couple of seconds and then click on the combo box,
Access does not crash. Does anyone have any ideas why this may be
occurring or ways to prevent it? Thanks.

Vincent
Jul 22 '08 #1
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Vincent wrote:
I have an impatient user who tries to click on a combo box before
the bound form the control is placed on is finished loading. Every
time they click on this combo box before the form is finished loading,
Access crashes and prompts to perform a compact and repair. However,
if they wait a couple of seconds and then click on the combo box,
Access does not crash. Does anyone have any ideas why this may be
occurring or ways to prevent it? Thanks.

Vincent
I wouldn't know why it occurs. It must be a large combo box list. I
suppose you could do a
Me.ComboboxName.Enabled = False
at the top of the OnCurrent event and then enable it after everything is
in place.

Also, check your rowsource for the combo. Maybe you can do something to
speed up the query.

Jul 22 '08 #2

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