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Similar topics Drag and Drop File Name from Windows Explorer into Access Form Textbox Custom Error Messages SOAP (access multiple wsdl) in Classic ASP #Name? After a day, I tried a different tack. Error, text box can not find reference Did you accidentally change the name of the field? There is drop down for the control source property. http://lwdrm.com/name-error/name-error-ms-access-2010.php

Error, text box can not find reference Gents, I deleted and recreated the form from scratch, its working now. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. My sub form now has a header with a text box with the formula: =Max([sampledate])+84 Changed the subform to continuous. Any ideas? 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

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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Loading... I was using a form with tabs and a continuous subform where my text box with the above information was entered. It's great to see you joined in the topic and you were not out of line in posting your info.

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comteck Jul 22 '06 #2 reply P: 16 beat1078 Comteck, I triple checked my expression in the controlsource. Mark starley_rover View Public Profile Find More Posts by starley_rover

10-25-2016, 07:47 AM #13 starley_rover Newly Registered User Join Date: Dec 2014 Location: UK thanks :) Jul 26 '07 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 4 Replies Expert Mod 10K+ P: 12,110 Rabbit It probably means your field names from your record source don't match http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=237483 It's quick & easy.

I've tried searching through the forum in order to find what I'm looking for and wasn't able to so I'm asking the community for help. Access #name Error Query All the fields are set to TEXT value. in a control if you place an expression in the control's ControlSource property and you insert a space before the equal sign that starts the expression. The functions work fine if I just use the field name, and each field has a unique name. #1 Like Reply Show Ignored Content 1Next > Loading...

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Error in MS Access Started by sunny441 , Jun 24 2010 07:48 PM Please log in to reply #1 sunny441 Posted 24 June 2010 - 07:48 PM sunny441 Member Member 258 https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/683767-name-error-message-access-form Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? #name Access Text Box Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Ms Access #name In Report For starters, I'd get rid of the extra spaces: Ranking = DLookup("[Ranking]", "Query_Ranking", "[ID]='" & Forms![Forms_Main]![ID] & "'") I also put it on one line, as I prefer to debug one

DM and Brother Bill! weblink Error, text box can not find reference I had a similar problem but found a work-around. I have an unbound textbox in frmMain where I would like it to load a ranking total from qryRanking. Reply With Quote 01-10-11,12:28 #11 pbaldy View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2005 Location Nevada, USA Posts 2,888 Provided Answers: 6 What is the data type of #error Access

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that's all. Access Control Source #name? Make sure that all the fields specified in your ControlSource actually exist in the underlying table or the RecordSource.. It returns #Name error unless I give the field a fixed value.

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Thanks in advance for any assistance. For instance, let's say your Field is named Temperature, and your Data Type is a number. The I've tried- -Unregister and register the activex controls (which has worked with other users in the past) The error message I receive when I do this is #type Access You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

I was using =[LAST] + ", " + [FIRST] in my control and still no matter the combinations I had no avail to resolve the issue. Jul 26 '07 #2 reply P: 3 jkriner ok, I just copied the original form (ie. Error. his comment is here I am somewhat clueless (as you can tell) when creating anything in access and that is why I copied the form three times so I wouldn't have to redesign it each

I could add, edit, and delete records but for some reason I could not run query's that were dependent on the data on the form or create unbound text boxes. Scenario: I have a database of at risk Health Care Workers, with a subtable of dates and results of tests. Keeps me out of trouble. 0 #6 sunny441 Posted 30 June 2010 - 01:44 PM sunny441 Member Topic Starter Member 258 posts Sorry for the delay in getting back! I think I had these problems in previous versions of MS Access (e.g. 2003).

Should it be "runs" or "run" in the following sentence? WORKED! MS Access form #Name error Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by keithchiv, Aug 26, 2010. In the following example, Access produces a #NAME error if you enter the expression in a control named City, State, or ZIP: =[City] & "", "" & [State] & "" ""

I then created a form and copied it 3 times (renaming the forms according to the table names).