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Access Database error when I open it and click on a control with code

Posted on 2008-10-22
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I've only found this error in Access 2007. I create a database and a form and add controls with code behind them - say a button to open a form. It works great. Then when I close the db and reopen and click on that same control if gives the error message I descibed. I have to go into design view, click on the even procedure, simply just open up the vb screen, make no changes, close the screen and it works again. Its definitely a bug which poses a problem when the users need to use the db on a daily basis. Any ideas on how to fix this?
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Rey Obrero earned 500 total points
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do you have the SP1 installed?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/949585/
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by:Anneline
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Ah, I don't have it installed on this machine. Downloading now and will test. Thanks,
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Hi, I had a problem installing it - said it failed. I'll try again another time. Decided to close the question as it might be when I move to Mac with Win XP operating system through Virtual Box :D
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