Invalid name on ms access startup

I'm using access 2007.  I rename one of my forms and now when I open my database i get a message

"The form name "MyForm" is misspelled or refers to a form that doesn't exist."
"If the invalid form name is in a macro, an action failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro's arguments after you click OK. open the Macro window, and enter the correct form name."

When i click OK nothing happens...

How do i figure out where the misspelling is or see a list of all of my macros?

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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:

You have to go back to where you designate the startup form and change it to the New form name.

Click the office Button
Click the "Access Options" button near the bottom
Click: "Current Database" near the top
You will see a combobox marked "Display Form"
Simply click the dropdown and select the New name of the form.



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