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Not the answer you're looking for? When used as a subform the subform displays with the #name?. Turning off Name AutoCorrect may help also: Office Button | Access Options | Current Database | Name AutoCorrect As you are switching versions, it may help to compact, decompile, and compact I then created a form and copied it 3 times (renaming the forms according to the table names). this contact form

When I display the same form/subform inside the tab I see #name?. Either requires you to be changing the value in that textbox, which doesn't really make sense if your intention is to set the value programmatically. And basically that makes the #Name error when the ControlSource is a function. The form in question is used two ways 1) as a stand alone form. 2) as a subform When used as a stand alone form the subform displays correctly. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-name-error-in-access-2007.769023/

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Error, text box can not find reference Quote: Originally Posted by ddetding I had this issue also! Way too much thinking involved. > > Bottom line for me, there's something wrong with Access 2007 and nested > subforms. I checked for naming conflicts. I am not sure if it is a circular reference or just it gets confused.

But the form is in continous view. GT_engineer View Public Profile Find More Posts by GT_engineer

04-26-2016, 12:36 AM #9 ddetding Newly Registered User Join Date: Apr 2016 Posts: 1 Thanks: 0 I did you remember to put the equal sign in frontof the code in the conrol source? #name Error In Excel 2010 Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

error - previous answer doesn't work for me Related 1Login Screen in Access with forms, macros and queriesms-1Access auto-assigning Null to non-Variant--where?0MS Access 2003/2007/2010: Error 97 “Can not call friend function…” #name Access 2013 Optimized for Microsoft Internet Explorer Home Products Services Learning Forum Contact Access World Forums > Microsoft Access Discussion > Forms #Name? Does anyone have any ideas? http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=237483 Again, this works in Access 2000, 2002, and 2003. >> >> Does anyone have any issues with nested subforms in Access 2007? >> >> Rick >> >> >> "Allen Browne" <>

Site Message (Message will auto close in 2 seconds)Welcome to UtterAccess! Access Control Source #name? Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Goodness Giza Golf! When the form is a subform the link fields are the same for the subform.

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error message in Access Form P: 3 jkriner #Name? http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_access-mso_other/name-appears-in-a-calculated-form-field-in-access/9861c9e7-a440-4ef2-9842-7909752b4fa3 Thanks again for your help. #name Access Text Box The field I am referencing still exists and is actually located where the controlsource is pointing. Ms Access #name In Report I hope this helps someone out there.

Jul 26 '07 #4 reply Expert Mod 10K+ P: 12,110 Rabbit If the tables have different field names, then the controls on the form that reference those field names will be weblink In other >> words there is data, no #name?. >> When used as a subform the subform displays with the #name?. >> >> The link fields for the subform are >> error on unbound text box Hi all, I'm using Access 2007 right now. There's a couple of things that A2007 does oddly. #error Access

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 Maybe this is what I'm doing wrong, but I swear it worked before......erry jin880View Member Profile Aug 31 2007, 01:56 PM Post#4Posts: 272Joined: 11-July 05"just displays: #Name? obatusai, Nov 14, 2008 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. http://lwdrm.com/name-error/name-error-access.php Way too much thinking involved.

I have a form/subform that is displayed on a tab in another form. #type Access Has anyone run into this? I basically just create a text field in a report, use the build tool to find the relevant field from a subreport/query, and then set it.

Why I have no idea.

Browse other questions tagged ms-access ms-access-2007 or ask your own question. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Last edited by GT_engineer; 11-27-2012 at 06:48 AM. Control Source Access no extra code.

From a data modeling it's a classic 1 >> to many construct. >> >> The fields that show the #name? When I display the same form/subform inside the tab I see #name?. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. his comment is here 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!

I'm glad you didn't!It could be that you're missing a library that defines that function called Date(). on the form."OK, I made a rookie mistake, this is actually a report that I am referring to and not a form. All that's doing is populating a variable; you'll never see the result. Similar Threads Filter Records on one Subform on Selection in Another Subform Jim C., Aug 25, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access Form Coding Replies: 3 Views: 1,598 Jim C.

Then I got the dreaded #Name?. Everything works just fine in Access 2000, 2002, and 2003. It doesn't make sense. Everything works >> just fine in Access 2000, 2002, and 2003. >> >> I took my Access 2000 base code to Access 2007.

Hopefully something there leads you in a useful direction. -- Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. I opened the subform in question and the record source was gone. error message in Access Form -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello I have created a simple database with 4 tables (all the same fields in each table). Thanks a lot for your help!