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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Error 3011

    I'm constantly getting the following error, when the DB is open, even
    I'm running anything.
    The Microsoft Jet database engine could not find the object <name>.
    Make sure the object exists and that you spell its name and the path
    name correctly. (Error 3011)

    Yes, I removed that query months ago. However, I do not know of any
    query, form, report that is based on the deleted query. How can I check
    what is trying to call this query?

    Thanks
    Joe

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    First step, I think, would be to be to search thru all of your VBA code to see if you've forgotten something. Simply go into the code section, click on the binoculars (FIND) enter the query's name, and choose "Search Current Project." If there's a reference in code anywhere, in forms, macros or even modules it'll locate it.
    Hope this helps!

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    Are you saying this error just "randomly" pops up while the database is open on your desktop, even if you are not running anything in the app (form, query, whatever)?

    Have you tried compacting the DB since you started seeing the error?
    Could that query name be buried in your code somewhere?
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