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Hi Experts,
I create a new database (I have a existing one, now we need the same designed beut different data, so I copy the existing one and create a new table, new form & new report), I don't know what I did wrong, all the search button & exit button pop up a error message also if I want to name it to a correct DB name, it will not open.  for example, if I name is "AFSCME.mdb, it will not open but if I name "AFSCMEA.mdb then it opens, can some one help?  Attach is the DB

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AFSCMEA.mdb
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did you try a compact and repair?
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by:PatHartman
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The database has compile errors.  Fix them to clear up the problems.
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by:urjudo
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ok, thank you,  I already compile and clear up, it was the problem that I have was Private Sub Find_Click() twice, I removed it, but I still have one problem that if I rename it, it still will not open.   Now I have name it is AFSCMEA.mdb, if I re-name to AFSCME.mdb, it will not opens.
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It opens fine for me if I rename it.  Are you getting an error message?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 167 total points
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try this
AFSCME.mdb
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by:urjudo
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I save the one from Rey Obrero and it does the same thing, it's because I save to a flash drive?  When I re-name it, I did not get any error message but it just flash that's all, nothing opens
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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try saving the db to your desktop and try..
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by:urjudo
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I save to my desktop, it works,  I think there is a problem of the flash drive.
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Thanks guys!!
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