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MDE - Unable to Create

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

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  1. JBrown

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    It says the database may be too large or contain too many tables. It has one
    code module, 5 forms, no reports and is linked via ODBC to 5 SQL tables.
    Seems pretty small to me....Help...
    THanks!
     
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  3. Norman Yuan

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    Regardless what the error message is said, make certain for two things:

    1. in VBAIDE, click menu "Debug"->"Compile...". this will find all possible
    errors that prevent you from making MDE file;
    2. use Access file format to its version. For example, Access2002/2003 use
    Access2000 file format as default format. You must use Access2002/2003
    format if you use Access 2002/2003 to make MDE file.

    "JBrown" <JBrown@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:69338E82-3B99-43D1-8608-C01513674ACE@microsoft.com...
    > It says the database may be too large or contain too many tables. It has
    > one
    > code module, 5 forms, no reports and is linked via ODBC to 5 SQL tables.
    > Seems pretty small to me....Help...
    > THanks!
     
  4. JBrown

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    Thank You!

    "Norman Yuan" wrote:

    > Regardless what the error message is said, make certain for two things:
    >
    > 1. in VBAIDE, click menu "Debug"->"Compile...". this will find all possible
    > errors that prevent you from making MDE file;
    > 2. use Access file format to its version. For example, Access2002/2003 use
    > Access2000 file format as default format. You must use Access2002/2003
    > format if you use Access 2002/2003 to make MDE file.
    >
    > "JBrown" <JBrown@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:69338E82-3B99-43D1-8608-C01513674ACE@microsoft.com...
    > > It says the database may be too large or contain too many tables. It has
    > > one
    > > code module, 5 forms, no reports and is linked via ODBC to 5 SQL tables.
    > > Seems pretty small to me....Help...
    > > THanks!

    >
    >
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