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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Unanswered: invalid argument error id 3001

    Hello,

    I have a very simple database (one table and one form). I have this on a shared network. 3 users have access to this database. I have noticed that one of the records fields is full of "#Error".

    I cannot delete this, I have tried open in exclusive mode and have made sure that the other users have not got the database open.

    If i highlight any field in the table with these rogue #Error values I get "Invalid Argument". Help tells me this is error3001.

    How can I delete this record and how can I prevent this happening again?

    I have read the access help article on shared Access databases.

    I should also note that the database was created in Access 2002, but converted to Access 2000 format.

    2 users including myself have access 2002 SP3 and the other Access2000.

    Any suggestions much appreicated.

  2. #2
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    Re: invalid argument error id 3001

    Originally posted by pauljj
    Hello,

    I have a very simple database (one table and one form). I have this on a shared network. 3 users have access to this database. I have noticed that one of the records fields is full of "#Error".

    I cannot delete this, I have tried open in exclusive mode and have made sure that the other users have not got the database open.

    If i highlight any field in the table with these rogue #Error values I get "Invalid Argument". Help tells me this is error3001.

    How can I delete this record and how can I prevent this happening again?

    I have read the access help article on shared Access databases.

    I should also note that the database was created in Access 2002, but converted to Access 2000 format.

    2 users including myself have access 2002 SP3 and the other Access2000.

    Any suggestions much appreicated.
    Run the compact & Repair ...

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
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    Many thanks, M Owen.

    Would you have a pointer to prevent this reoffending?

    Dont worry if you don't.


    Cheers

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