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troubleshooting Question

MS ACCESS - "There is no object in this control"

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To Whom it may concern,

I use the Datagrid ActiveX Control (MSDATGRD.OCX) to display data in one of my multi-user MS Access applications. I have a few "problem PC's" that refuses to display the information in the datagrid, instead a blank box appears. When I go into design mode on the form that uses the Datagrid control, I get the following message "There is no object in this control". I re-installed and re-registered this control and it still doesn't work.

I then started a complete new db, added the datagrid control onto a new form (without any code just the control) and I still get the same response. The funny thing is this, when I add the control during design time it's there and when I re-open the form again, after saving it, the problem prevails.

Thanks in advance for your help in this regard!