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Script error - Microsoft Access 2010 automation Google Maps

I have been trying to resolve the following:

http://www.devhut.net/2013/10/18/webbrowser-activex-control-google-maps-invalid-character-scripting-error/

This was the final fix for a previous ASK:

I opened up the access database file referred to above. I anticipated the fix database would have a form with a command button to execute the registry fix. I think, though, the fix must have been applied to an open event on the form and it executed when I opened the database. I received an error on my Windows 8 system upon opening the form.

I don't know what to do from here, but the script error still persists.

Previous ASK below:


"I have created a Microsoft Access application automating the process of creating driving directions using Google Maps. The address data originates in Microsoft Access text boxes.

This used to work on my Windows 7 system. Now, I am getting the error on a Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 system. My client has one computer that is able to run the application without error. It is a Windows XP system running an older version of Microsoft Access."
Microsoft ApplicationsMicrosoft Legacy OSMicrosoft Access

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Jeffrey Coachman

8/22/2022 - Mon
Scott McDaniel (EE MVE )

You mention several errors, but you haven't told us what those errors are.

Can you show screenshots of the errors?
Phil

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Sure, I'll attach an access database that demonstrates the error. If it does not generate an error on your system, please let me know.. Thanks!!

GoogleMap-Access-Database.zip
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