View preview doesn't work

Database developed in 2010.  Computer running 2007.  This code doesn't work on the 2007 computer...

Private Sub cmdPrint_Click()
On Error GoTo cmdPrint_Click_Err


    DoCmd.OpenReport "rptEmployeeTimeCardHeader", acViewPreview, , "HeaderRecID = " & Forms!frmTimeCardEntryHeader!txtHeaderRecID, acNormal

    Exit Sub

    MsgBox Error$
    Resume cmdPrint_Click_Exit

End Sub

Can anyone spot the reason why?

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RefreshRecord is not built in command in Access. Remove that line.
Dale FyeCommented:
If you are trying to make sure that edits to the current record have been written to the database before running the report, you should replace:



me.Dirty = False

and if the cmd_Print button is on form: frmTimeCardEntryHeader

then you can use this syntax for the OpenReport line:
Dim strCriteria as string
strCriteria = "HeaderRecID = " & me.txtHeaderRecID
DoCmd.OpenReport "rptEmployeeTimeCardHeader", acViewPreview, , strCriteria, acNormal

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