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I have an unbound record-search combo-box on a form that after awhile stops working when I publish the database as an accde but I dont know why. Each time it happens, replace the database with a new accde version, but it keeps happening. Is it the VBA code or something else? The code behind it is below:

Form Object:
Private Sub cboSearchName_AfterUpdate()
    Me.chkSupportTerms = False
    Me.chkNonSupportTerms = False
    If Me.cboHRPartner <> "" Then Me.cboHRPartner = ""
    mForms.cboSearchName Me
End Sub

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Sub cboSearchName(frmMe As Form)
    Application.Echo False
    DoCmd.ShowAllRecords
    frmMe.SupportEmployee.SetFocus
    DoCmd.FindRecord frmMe.cboSearchName, acAnywhere, False, acSearchAll, True
    Application.Echo True
End Sub

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by:Kelvin Sparks
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What version of Access are you running?
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by:Ron
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Part of MS Office Professional Plus 2010
v14.0.7166.500 32 bit
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ok thanks
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