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Cheers 0 #7 dm27 Posted 08 July 2010 - 08:26 PM dm27 Member Member 272 posts hello sunny441, I've not been posting much lately...have you been able to figure it this Just to test I tried pulling the data from the text box on the subform without any criteria and I still get the #Name? Error, text box can not find reference Just a note. It would more than likely save you a lot of head aches and hard to track down bugs/errors at some point ktillmanView Member Profile Jan 30 2010, 05:07 PM Post#3Posts: this contact form

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The control gives me a #Name? Runnning a C/R has no effect.I am not a programmer, I just built an application around the Tasks sample database. Check the format value of your field properties in design mode. Optimized for Microsoft Internet Explorer current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.

I checked to make sure my fields were linked and they are. You MUST have the two forms opened, and not just that. Countries where lecture duration does not exceed one hour Could the Industrial Revolution be delayed indefinitely? #error Access Access returns a #Name error in a control when it cannot find a field referred to in the control source.

So now this worries me more. #name Access Text Box Goodness Giza Golf! Or is it? http://access.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0018.htm What ....

The #Name error usually occurs because you have used a name for a field that is not in the Form's Record Source & Field List or is not one of the #name Error In Excel 2010 Error, text box can not find reference Sorry forgot to mention, I don't know if this effects it or not. This is not a good work-around. asked 5 years ago viewed 3840 times active 5 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 6 days Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition

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Any more suggestions would be great.Thanks! https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/822379-name-error-access-2003-a Coworkers quitting under special circumstances -- should telling our manager be one of my options? #name? Access Form On Reports, if you have a control that uses an expression and that expression refers to a field where there is a control with that same name, you need to change #name Access 2013 It worked last time I opened the form.

Please Wait... weblink I added a text box to the footer of the subform, and this listed the max date, plus 84. Endomorphisms of elliptic curves with CM; can we have an order? What should I do about this security issue? Ms Access #name In Report

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You currently have 0 posts. (Learn MS-Access Tips and Tricks) All responses are based on Access2003/2007 apr pillai View Public Profile Visit apr pillai's homepage! If not, would you be willing to list the control and table names that you are having problems with? The name of the textbox is not allowed to be the same as the name of any field in the form's underlying Record Source table/query. Control Source Access I had used "cut and paste" in this calculation which had worked perfectly elsewhere in this and other forms.

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11-27-2012, 07:11 AM #4 GT_engineer Newly Registered User Join Date: Aug 2012 Location: Hamilton, ON, Canada Posts: 85 Thanks: 16 Access returns a #Name error in a control when it cannot find a field referred to in the control source. http://lwdrm.com/name-error/name-error-access.php I try deleting and re-adding those fields back into the form, no luck GT_engineer View Public Profile Find More Posts by GT_engineer 11-27-2012, 08:57 AM

Be sure the datasource is absolutely correct. error when I do a print preview.