Ribbon causing error in runtime version of Access 2010

Posted on 2013-10-17
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Last Modified: 2014-01-25
I have an Access 2010 database (.accde format) installed at a client. It is working on several of their PC's that have the runtime version of Access 2010 on them (and also some machines that have the full version of Access 2010).

However, there is one machine that keeps getting this error:

"...cannot run the macro or callback function 'OnOpenForm'.
Make sure the macro or function exists and takes the correct parameters."

The machine in question is running Windows 7 64-bit and has the Access 2010 runtime installed. All Windows and Office updates have been installed and it has the same version of Access that is running properly on other PC's in the network.

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

Question by:jrmcanada2
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by:Bill Ross
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There has to be something different with the computer.  Check if the machine has 64-bit office rather than 32-bit.

Compare Access version exactly.

Install the accdb temporarily and see what breaks in it.



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jrmcanada2 earned 0 total points
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It turns out the error was unrelated to the ribbon. Sorry to be a bother.

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Because it's correct

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