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"Object no longer set" error

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Can anyone tell me why I would get the error "Object no longer set" in my database following which all the values in my query based subforms become
#Error???  I am running Access 2000 on Windows 2000.

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Jason
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more info? are you deleting something when it occurs? did you set a variable to a recordsetclone and try to use the variable out of scope perhaps?

find out what duplicates the problem and hopefully we can debug it.

John
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