SQL Server Agent, job creation failure

Attempting to create a Job under SQL Server Agent in order to automate the execution of a script, but I'm running into problems every time I try to establish a "New or Insert " a new "Step", and when I do I get the error attached.

Please advise.
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Roberto Madro R.Programmer AnalystAsked:
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Eugene ZCommented:
what ssms version\edition do you use?

if old- or not latest with latest sp - you may have this issue

please post ver and step-by-step how you do it
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David ToddSenior DBACommented:
Hi,

Have you named the job?

What is SQL 2008R2 - matches the version number in the error message - SSMS or the target server?

Regards
  David
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DcpKingCommented:
What kind of "script"? T-SQL? An SSIS package? An SSRS report subscription?
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Roberto Madro R.Programmer AnalystAuthor Commented:
It came down to rexamining the SQL script that calls up the Stored Procedure, a tiny typo caused all this mess and embarrassed me. Thanks to all the experts who chimed in, all is well now.
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Roberto Madro R.Programmer AnalystAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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DcpKingCommented:
One's own typos are always the worst :)  !
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Roberto Madro R.Programmer AnalystAuthor Commented:
Hear, hear
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Eugene ZCommented:
you did a good job to resolve this.
Nobody is perfect :)
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