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Recover Corrupt or Broken Database Objects

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This uses a hidden undocumented feature of access.
What it does it send the object to a text file. When you bring the object back in it often fixes corruption.
It also removes from the count of controls in a form or report that have been deleted.

This fix is not guaranteed to help but has worked very well for some individuals.
Use this for all forms, queries, reports, modules in the problematic database.

In the immediate window type this code, replace Objectname with the objects actual name:

application.saveastext acForm,"Objectname","C:\Windows\Desktop\Objectname.txt"

then use this code to bring the object back in:

application.loadfromtext acForm,"Objectname","C:\Windows\Desktop\Objectname.txt"

acForm must be changed to acQuery, acReport, or acModule to correspond with the object type you are sending to text.
The location can be anywhere, however desktop is suggested because the file can be deleted quickly once you have brought it back into access rather than having to open windows explorer.



This page was originally ported from the UtterAccess Forums. It is based heavily or in part on a post by khaos.
Saving corrupt or broken database objects

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