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Cannot open file

Cannot open file

(OP)
When I open my saved form, Omniform opens with the form and the program closes. there is no error message

RE: Cannot open file

I'm having the same problem but not having any luck finding out how to fix the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated

RE: Cannot open file

This happens when the file is corrupted.  If you have another working copy of your form, or a backup of the file when it was working, you can import your data from the corrupt file into that working file.  

RE: Cannot open file

I have attemptedto import a working version of my form(s) from a different computer where the forms will open, but I am having the same problem. Unfortunately the only new development is that now, no form will open. They all open briefly then close out.

RE: Cannot open file

(OP)
I did get one file to open, when I unchecked all the options in omniform before opening the form. Once opened I tried to find what was causing the problem. I found two imput boxes on top of each other. when I removed one, the form started opening with the spell check and other options checked when I opened it again.

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