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I'm getting "object invalid or no longer set" error when I click a command button to close a form.  Here is the code.  Can someone spot the problem for me?

Private Sub cmdMainMenu_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_cmdMainMenu_Click
   
    If Me.chkbxFinGoodsInvApplied = True Then
   
    Dim intLoop As Integer
    Dim rs As dao.Recordset

    'Start of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part is NOT serialized and applied qty is >0
    If Me.chkbxSerialize = False Then

    Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("tblFinGoods")

    'For intLoop = 1 To IIf(Me.chkbxSerialize = False And Me.txtAppliedInvQty > 0, 1, Me.txtAppliedInvQty)

        rs.AddNew

        rs!OpenOrdRecID = txtRecID
        rs!Cust = Me.txtCustomer_1
        rs!DateFin = #10/10/2020#
        rs!PartN = Me.txtPart_No
        rs!Qty = Me.txtAppliedInvQty
        rs!Comments = "This record is from applied inventory from the Open Order record entry."
       
        rs.Update
               
    End If

    rs.Close
    'End of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part is NOT serialized and applied qty is >0
   
   
   
    'Start of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part IS serialized and applied qty is >0
    If Me.chkbxSerialize = True Then
   
    Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("tblFinGoods")

    For intLoop = 1 To IIf(Me.chkbxSerialize = True And Me.txtAppliedInvQty > 0, 1, Me.txtAppliedInvQty)

        rs.AddNew

        rs!OpenOrdRecID = txtRecID
        rs!Cust = txtCustomer_1
        rs!DateFin = #10/10/2020#
        rs!PartN = Me.txtPart_No
        rs!Qty = Me.txtAppliedInvQty
        rs!Comments = "This record is from applied inventory from the Open Order record entry."

        If Me.chkbxSerialize = True Then
            rs!Serial = "ToCome"
            rs!SerialUsed = True
        End If
       
        rs.Update
               
    Next

    End If

    rs.Close
    'End of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part IS serialized and applied qty is >0

    End If

    AllowClose = True

    DoCmd.Close
   
    DoCmd.OpenForm "frmMainMenu"

Exit_cmdMainMenu_Click:
    Exit Sub

Err_cmdMainMenu_Click:
    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume Exit_cmdMainMenu_Click
   
End Sub
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Question by:SteveL13
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Your rs.close looks like it is mis-placed.  Try this:

Private Sub cmdMainMenu_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_cmdMainMenu_Click
    
    If Me.chkbxFinGoodsInvApplied = True Then
    
    Dim intLoop As Integer
    Dim rs As dao.Recordset

    'Start of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part is NOT serialized and applied qty is >0
    If Me.chkbxSerialize = False Then

    Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("tblFinGoods")

    'For intLoop = 1 To IIf(Me.chkbxSerialize = False And Me.txtAppliedInvQty > 0, 1, Me.txtAppliedInvQty)

        rs.AddNew

        rs!OpenOrdRecID = txtRecID
        rs!Cust = Me.txtCustomer_1
        rs!DateFin = #10/10/2020#
        rs!PartN = Me.txtPart_No
        rs!Qty = Me.txtAppliedInvQty
        rs!Comments = "This record is from applied inventory from the Open Order record entry."
        
        rs.Update
                
    End If

    rs.Close
    'End of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part is NOT serialized and applied qty is >0
    
    
    
    'Start of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part IS serialized and applied qty is >0
    If Me.chkbxSerialize = True Then
    
    Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("tblFinGoods")

    For intLoop = 1 To IIf(Me.chkbxSerialize = True And Me.txtAppliedInvQty > 0, 1, Me.txtAppliedInvQty)

        rs.AddNew

        rs!OpenOrdRecID = txtRecID
        rs!Cust = txtCustomer_1
        rs!DateFin = #10/10/2020#
        rs!PartN = Me.txtPart_No
        rs!Qty = Me.txtAppliedInvQty
        rs!Comments = "This record is from applied inventory from the Open Order record entry."

        If Me.chkbxSerialize = True Then
            rs!Serial = "ToCome"
            rs!SerialUsed = True
        End If
        
        rs.Update
                
    Next
        rs.Close            '<----  ******* Move your rs.close here
    End If


    'End of code to write records to tblFinGoods if part IS serialized and applied qty is >0

    End If

    AllowClose = True

    DoCmd.Close
    
    DoCmd.OpenForm "frmMainMenu"

Exit_cmdMainMenu_Click:
    Exit Sub

Err_cmdMainMenu_Click:
    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume Exit_cmdMainMenu_Click
    
End Sub

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by:SteveL13
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That took care of that issue but now another one comes up.  I'll post another question.
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