Wondering if someone can help me figure out what should be a simple solution. One of my departments have an older access DB that they would like to keep as is (yes they are stubborn and do not accept change well). So when I replaced one of their workstations with a new 64 bit PC, when they try to run their reports in the DB, they get a Compile Error, "The code in the project must be updated for 64bit systems. Please review and update Declare statements and then mark them with the PtrSafe attribute. This seems to get me by and I have to change about 4 different modules and about 20 lines and then the report appears.
Thing is that I cannot save thee changes to the VBA code. It is in a project called Utility (UTILITY) and the save button is always greyed out when I am editing this code. Not sure if I am missing a simple step or trick in order to save it.
I know we need to upgrade the DB, but these guys are so difficult, I just want to try to make this work and let them use it until it is obsolete. Unless it already is.
Thanks for any help!