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Error: Microsoft Office Access can't find object

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Noel, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Noel

    Noel
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    I don't use Access much and our databases were built by someone that no
    longer works here. When I click on a "action" button and it is to show me
    the table to view any errors. When I click on the button, I get the
    "Microsoft Office Access can't find the object "qryActiveForActuary". This
    object is under the table form, and is in the VB coding. I am at a loss as to
    where else to look.
    Thanks
     
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  3. microb0x

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    Have you looked at the code behind that action button? What is it
    trying to do? If the previous employee who built that database was
    naming things correctly, "qryActiveForActuary" would most likely be a
    query. Check the 'Queries' tab of the database window to see if a
    query with that name exists or not. Maybe it got renamed or deleted.

    If you could paste the code behind that action button it would help to
    figure out what is going on.



    Noel wrote:
    > I don't use Access much and our databases were built by someone that no
    > longer works here. When I click on a "action" button and it is to show me
    > the table to view any errors. When I click on the button, I get the
    > "Microsoft Office Access can't find the object "qryActiveForActuary". This
    > object is under the table form, and is in the VB coding. I am at a loss as to
    > where else to look.
    > Thanks
     

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