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Command buttons are not working upgraded to Access 2013 from 2007

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I upgraded Microsoft Access 2007 to Microsoft Access 2013.

All my Access 2007 command buttons are not working in Access 2013. I did repaired Access 2013 but problem is still the same.


Please help.
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Question by:Queennie L
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Are you getting an error message?
Is the database in a trusted location?
Do you have any compile errors?
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@PatHartman:

Thank you for your response.

I got it working.

What happened was all the command buttons in Access 2013 were not working. It seems like the onclick event were disabled. It was working in Access 2007 but when I upgraded to Access 2013, some of the libraries are missing. It was deleted for some reasons.

These are the library references were missing:

OLE Automation
Windows Script Host Object Model
Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility 5.3

Thank you for your input.

Have a wonderful weekend.
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You too.  Thanks for posting back the actual problem.
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I found the solution myself.
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