Error 3061

Posted on 1999-10-26
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I am having this problem when I'm trying to run a VB program that I just installed on another PC. On my PC it works, on the new one it says:

Run-time Error 3061.

Too few Parameters. Expected 1.

Any cluse?

Question by:rrr333222
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mcrider earned 100 total points
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Check these Microsoft references:

PRB: DAO Recordset Name Property Is Limited to 256 Characters

PRB: Recordset Name Property is Limited to 256 Characters

PRB: Error 13 (Type Mismatch) & Error 3061 w/ SQL Queries


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