Convert 2000 to 2003 and Make .mde error

Hi All,

I need to convert a couple of databases from 2000 format to 2003 format. I seem to be able to convert them okay but when I try to make a .mde out of them I receive an error message and no .mde is created.

There are no add ins or linked tables and I haven't set any securtiy yet.

I've tried converting and importing all objects from 2000 to 2003 but neither approach works.

Can anyone tell me how to make this work?

Thank you,

Ryan
OpieTaylorAsked:
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peter57rCommented:
Hi OpieTaylor,
Make sure you mdb file compiles without error first.

Pete
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OpieTaylorAuthor Commented:
Thanks Pete.

I had an IsOpen() function that wasn't recognized. I commented it out and it compiled without error. Then I was able to create a .mde.

Now I need to find out why IsOpen() worked in 2000 but not 2003 and fix it.

Thanks again Pete for helping me find the solution and adding another knowledge token to my repritoir...

Ryan (Opie)
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peter57rCommented:
Well Isopen() is not a built -in function in Access so either it is in a different refence library or else it is your own function in a module.

Thanks

Pete
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