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Good Morning Experts,  I am having an issue when attempting to print labels from my Access 2003 ERP\MRP system.  When the labels attempt to print I receive the following message "Data source name not found and no default driver specified.  Additional information: HRESULT:80004005, Minor Code 0, Source Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers [Microsoft] ODBC Driver Manager [2-80004005].  I ran a trace on the connection process and the log is attached.  Any assistance with this issue would be greatly appreciated.
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Lee Ingalls earned 500 total points
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Are these a custom label/report? Something you just created?
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Thanks
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My unstated assumption was that the label report was created on a workstation with the ODBC data source and then run from another workstation that ODBC data source did not exist. Either that or the path for "f:\data\labels\" did not exist on the client computer.

Glad you worked it out.
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Thanks for that information!  Regards!
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