Access 2010 64 Bit

Posted on 2011-05-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am running Access 2010 on my Win 7 32 bit PC. I built a Win 7 64 Bit PC and now Switchboard is refusing to recognize commands. Has anyone come across this ?
Question by:ChuckRush
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    Have you done the basics and check that there are no compilation errors? Is this a MDE or MDB file. If the latter you hit ALT-F11 and select Debug/Compile
    Chances are it is the libraries and references may be broken. Click on Tools/References. Do you see anything listed as MISSING?

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    In a word NO! Thanks! Sometimes i just get so caught up in things i forget the obvious!
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    no worries :)

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