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Run-time error '-1 (ffffffff)'

Posted on 1997-12-04
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Can someone help me with the run-time error '-1 (ffffffff)'? What's the meaning of it? Thanks.
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From the Visual Basic Documentation: Visual Basic errors (both Visual Basic-defined and user-defined errors) are in the range 0 - 65535.

Please comment with statement(s) that appear to cause this error.
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Thanks, but I've found the answer. The error is due to DBGRID32.OCX.
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