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Suddenly Showing in ALL Calculated Fields Yes, when I opened it up I got all of the errors. So right now I have my code as this: ++++++++++++ Private Sub txtRanking_BeforeUpdate(Cancel As Integer) Dim Ranking As Variant Ranking = DLookup("[Ranking]", "Query_Ranking", "[ID]=" & Forms![Forms_Main]![ID]) If Ranking = Null Then Join our site today to ask your question. Find More Posts by boblarson

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means and Access doesn't want to tell me. Thanks! Another way to create an unbound text box is by first creating a bound text box by dragging a field from the Field List pane onto the form or report, and You have fields in your query which you weren't using but you were trying to do calculations on the form instead.

A form with no records still has display problems. more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science I decided since Design view is a little easier to work with when copying and pasting (for me, anyway), I'd go there and copy->paste the textboxes I already made and just #name Error In Excel 2010 OBP, Aug 27, 2010 #2 keithchiv Thread Starter Joined: Aug 26, 2010 Messages: 2 Yes.

Thread Status: Not open for further replies. mattsonberg replied Nov 16, 2016 at 9:08 PM windows explorer shows external... highflight1985 View Public Profile Find More Posts by highflight1985 10-15-2012, 09:43 PM #2 Galaxiom Super Moderator Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: NSW Australia Posts: 10,308 Thanks: Source Many different types of data can be displayed in text boxes, and you can also use them to perform calculations.

Mountainering with 6 y.o. #type! Access Is it ethical to offer female candidates a higher wage to achieve a more diverse work environment? Would you please take a look at the database when you get home and "fix" a few columns in the "Credit Spreads - Multi-Item" form and then reupload? Last edited by aahmn; 07-10-2014 at 01:31 PM.

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Lucene analytics index constantly loads HDD 5 Favorite Letters How do I get the last lines of dust into the dustpan? http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=235105 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. #name Access Text Box However, if you set the value of the Can Grow property box to Yes, the text box automatically adjusts its vertical size to print or preview all the data that it #error Access Thanks for that which I knew and had already done.

I can't understand this. weblink This makes it easy to refer to the text box in expressions that you might use in other text boxes. Register Help Remember Me? What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Ms Access #name In Report

And basically that makes the #Name error when the ControlSource is a function. I decided to change the way my table was made. Drag the field from the Field List pane to the report or form. http://lwdrm.com/name-error/name-error-access.php If you do this in Design view, the text box will display "Unbound" instead of the field name.

Top of Page Add a calculated text box Open the form or report in Design view by right-clicking the form or report in the Navigation Pane, and then clicking Design View. #error Access Query The formula is =[Field Name]-[Field Name]. This has to be a simple stupid mistake on my part.

I made sure I had the msowcf.dll file that access said I needed.

Save the form or report and then switch to Form view or Report view to check the results. I'm fairly confident I've not named anything improperly and the compact and repair/export idea didn't work. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Control Source Access This works in a textbox in the detail section: =[MaxRisk] This does NOT work in a textbox in the footer section: =Sum([MaxRisk]) Nor does this: =Sum([CreditSpreadsSummation]![MaxRisk]); which I understand wouldn't based

Advertisement keithchiv Thread Starter Joined: Aug 26, 2010 Messages: 2 I have used a long and complex calculation in a form involving a number of fields to calculate the value of If you want it on the form: Me.TextboxName = Ranking though I don't know about the before update event of a control. 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 his comment is here Replying via my phone.

Loading... Text Format    If the text box is bound to a Memo field, you can set the value in the Text Format property box to Rich Text. This sort-of makes sense: if the controls don't exist, you cannot sum them. I still keep getting the error.

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