Errors in LOG file

I got these errors from the LOG file. Could you please explain to me what does each mean and how to resolve them.

Line 18: Property Bindings in DBGrid1 had an invalid file reference.
Line 21: Property OleObjectBlob in DBGrid1 had an invalid file reference.
Line 17: Cannot load control DBGrid1.
Line 23: Property TextRTF in txtText had an invalid value.
Line 64: Property Picture in picLogo had an invalid file reference.
Line 156: Property Caption in lblWarning must be a quoted string
Line 234: Property Picture in ListImage1 had an invalid file reference.
Line 239: Property Picture in ListImage2 had an invalid file reference.
Line 244: Property Picture in ListImage3 had an invalid file reference.
Line 249: Property Picture in ListImage4 had an invalid file reference.
Line 254: Property Picture in ListImage5 had an invalid file reference.
Line 273: Property Picture in ListImage1 had an invalid file reference.
Line 278: Property Picture in ListImage2 had an invalid file reference.
Line 283: Property Picture in ListImage3 had an invalid file reference.
Line 288: Property Picture in ListImage4 had an invalid file reference.
Line 293: Property Picture in ListImage5 had an invalid file reference.
Line 298: Property Picture in ListImage6 had an invalid file reference.
Line 303: Property Picture in ListImage7 had an invalid file reference.
Line 308: Property Picture in ListImage8 had an invalid file reference.
Line 313: Property Picture in ListImage9 had an invalid file reference.
Line 318: Property Picture in ListImage10 had an invalid file reference.
suhaniAsked:
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WatsonRCommented:
Suhani,

if you open the .frm file with notepad (or similar) you'll probably find references to a .frx file. This is where binary elements of form data are stored.
If, for some reason, when you load the form, that frx file isn't available, you'll get errors just like the ones you have here.

Ross
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suhaniAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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