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'Auto list Members' not working in Access 2003

Posted on 2006-10-23
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Hi,

'Auto list Members' not working in Access 2003.

It used to work but suddenly stopped.

The project will compile fine.
Tools|Options|Auto List Members is ticked
There are no forms open with a timer even!

Can anyone please suggest a remedy.

Thanks

Peter
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Leigh Purvis earned 125 total points
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Intellisense has gone bye bye?

This can happen when you have a function or sub with the same name in two modules.
Don't ask me why the compiler doesn't pick them up - but it doesn't.
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by:PeterRollinson
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Hi,

It sorted itself out eventually, thats Microsoft for you.

I'll bare that in mind if it happens again in the future.

As you where the only reply, you get the points

Thanks

Peter
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by:Leigh Purvis
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lol Of course - a restart (of Access - perhaps Windows) should be the first port of call.
I didn't think to use the IT support method Page 1 paragraph 1 -  Reboot!  ;-)
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