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

  1. Mr Johnson

    Mr Johnson
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    I created a form that should pull the query or reports form a macro. I
    get error:

    The expression you entered is the wrong data type for one of the
    argruements.
    You tried to run a macro or use a method to carry out an action, but and
    expression evaluated tothe wrong data type.

    Please help me clear the error?
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    Johnson II Johnson ESG Inc.
     
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  3. Rick Wannall

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    "should pull" ... how so?

    Is there a command button that you click? Does it have a click event
    procedure, or the name of a macro?

    You have to supply more info than an error message if you expect people to
    offer you any sort of help.
     
  4. Mr Johnson

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    OK, I have a Switch board form that I would like to retrieve reports and
    queries. The name of the Reports and queries are in a table standing alone. I
    would like to retrieve the report or query from the switch board but the
    names is not attach to a query or report.

    How would I attach this names with in the switch board to a query or report?
    --
    Johnson II Johnson ESG Inc.


    "Rick Wannall" wrote:

    > "should pull" ... how so?
    >
    > Is there a command button that you click? Does it have a click event
    > procedure, or the name of a macro?
    >
    > You have to supply more info than an error message if you expect people to
    > offer you any sort of help.
    >
    >
    >
     

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