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repairing memo & picture perfect--read error -1035

repairing memo & picture perfect--read error -1035

repairing memo & picture perfect--read error -1035

My tree inventory dtb file pictures were linked to the actual .bmp picture files.  When I moved the locations of the .apr, and dbf, and dbt files as well and changed the directory relationship, I was no longer able to display the .bmp files by double clicking on the picture (or [alt POO] from the menu).  Rather, double clicking the picture gave an OLE server busy error.  I went to EDIT PICTURE IMPORT and selected eachj picture file for each record.  I made a looping macro using the KeyText macro utility.  Each of the 694 imported .bmp files had to be selected individually, which took some time.  Then I made a different macro to link each picture with its native file ( CREATE OBJECT from file, link to file, browse for file).  During the running of this macro is when the 1035 read error occurred.  I followed the instructions directed from thread 180-307244, which took me to 14@243.FOi8aQG1gax.20@.ee6f4f5" target="_blank">http://www.xpertss.com/cgi-bin/WebX?14@243.FOi8aQG1gax.20@.ee6f4f5

I used method 2. which finds the first offending record, export that record, delete that record, then re-import that record.  So far, everything is back to normal.  Thank you very much for the help

Paul Chaney

RE: repairing memo & picture perfect--read error -1035

Ok, now I am back with the same problem.    The picture is embedded in the PP field but attempts to link it result in the -1035 error.  Is there another way of correcting this error?

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