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    Unanswered: A new error

    Here's an error I haven't seen before.
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    I'm not surprised - I believe that error is fatal 87% of the time

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    That needs to be uploaded to thedailywtf.com
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    Its an error for a registry key that got its value changed. Though you probably figrued that out already and fixed it.

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    Sweet message! Sounds pretty friendly
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    It's not really my problem anymore but it happened when I put some code in the OnCurrent event with a whole bunch of criteria to set the .recordsource of the form (which wasn't the right route to take.)
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    I'm still impressed that you found the error lol
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