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    Unanswered: #name?

    I had to delete a field that was used in my subform. I recreated this field (it is a calculated field) and now no matter what I put in the control sourc, I get #NAME? error. Any ideas what I'm missing?

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    Re: #name?

    Originally posted by brmk
    I had to delete a field that was used in my subform. I recreated this field (it is a calculated field) and now no matter what I put in the control sourc, I get #NAME? error. Any ideas what I'm missing?
    My be the name of the calculate field or the name of some field used in the calculus or the name of the function used in the calculus.
    Saludos
    Norberto

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    hope this help

    See clear as mud


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    It's hard to say without looking at the DB. Not to uncommon though when deleting or adding items to a SubForm which had been created with the wizard.

    Usually renaming the subform (from within the Forms section of the database window) and creating a new subform with your modified fields in place will repair this problem.

    When you are happy with the new subform and you have copied any wanted code out of the old subform, you can delete the old subform.


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