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Why can't I use the Multipage object?


I've recently created a new Access 2010 Database which I'm developing an interface for in VBA. I've created a new Userform in the Visual Studio (this required me to add the Userform button). I'm finding that when I insert the Multipage object which I need to use on the form I can no longer run the Userform. When I attempt to run, I get the error 'Path/File Access Error' followed by 'Run time error 75 - Could not find the specified object'.

It's definitely linked to the Multipage which I've inserted from the toolbox (standard object) as the form runs fine when it is not there and with other objects (have tested all other toolbox items). There is currently no code in written in the project, no tables or queries set up in the database therefore nothing is running when the form loads.

Would really appreciate any help here. I've successfully used Multipages in a number of other VBA interfaces both in Access and Excel so not sure why they are causing a problem here. I've also just created a userform in exactly the same way in a new Excel sheet and it runs fine with the multipage.
Jul 30 '13 #1
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Courious, why are you using Visual Studio for the form design?

You should also take a careful look at all of the control properties especially names and make sure that you are refering to the controls correctly within the code.
Jul 30 '13 #2

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