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Larry Larsen
Hi
Been away on holiday for a few week and must have forgotten what little I know about access errors..
I have a simple form that is bound and has Data Entry ticked..
Osimple want to add a combo control bound to a field in the underlying table of the form..
This is the error message:

So yes I thought I'd made an error so I deleted the form and retrieved the same form form a backup db, now with out any changes to the new form I still get the error message..
All other form in the db work fine...
Can anybody kick me into gear.....
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  <div class='postname'>Doug Steele</div>
  <div class='postdate'>Oct 27 2010, 04:52 AM</div>
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  Care to share the error message with us?
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  <div class='postname'>Doug Steele</div>
  <div class='postdate'>Oct 27 2010, 05:22 AM</div>
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  I'm not seeing any image, Larry...<br />All I'm seeing is <br />(two blank lines after "This is the error message:")
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  <div class='postname'>Doug Steele</div>
  <div class='postdate'>Oct 27 2010, 08:20 AM</div>
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  All I see is a smiley face with a thumbs up, which I doubt is what Access is generating.  <
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  <div class='postname'>Larry Larsen</div>
  <div class='postdate'>Oct 27 2010, 08:34 AM</div>
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  Hi Doug..<br />This is really odd and my only option left is a small image(jpg) that is zipped..<br /> default/thumbup.gif
Doug Steele
Okay, that I can see!
nfortunately, seeing it doesn't help: I've never seen that message before!
You might try using the undocumented SaveAsText method of the Application to dump it into a file:
Application.SaveAsText acForm, NameOfForm, C:\Folder\File.txt
then look to see whether there's anything unusual in the file.
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