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Design View not available on Menu

Design View not available on Menu

(OP)
I can't create a new query using Design View; I can't open a form in Design View. The Design View option is grayed out (inactive) on the Menu. This is a database that I've been using for six years and I don't remember this ever happening before.

RE: Design View not available on Menu

Can you design anything such as modules or tables?

Is the file on a shared network or local drive?

When you close out of the Access file, does the ldb or laccdb disappear?

If all else fails, there might be some corruption. You could possibly create a new, blank Access file and import everything from the old file.

Duane
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

RE: Design View not available on Menu

(OP)
Sorry everyone! Please ignore my post. It turns out that I had accidentally grabbed the mde file instead of the mdb.

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