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Error when running MDE file in Access Runtime 2007

Posted on 2012-08-21
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I have created an MDE from and MDB so that users who only have access runtime can use the application.

All features wouk except 1 (see attached screenshot).

On closing a form i delete some table records and run a few queries in VBA.

Works fine in access vbut not in runtime.

Any ideas why?
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The instr function is built into Access VBA, and should be usable from queries, etc.

Double-check that your database is in a 'trusted location' on your Runtime machines.


Also, if this database was developed in a different version of Access, make sure that your references are set properly for Access 2007 (tools --> references from the toolbar in the VBA Editor).
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