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Peachtree 2004 cannot delete forms or reports

Peachtree 2004 cannot delete forms or reports

Peachtree 2004 cannot delete forms or reports

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I have peachtree 2004 network edition. When I try to delete any forms or reports I cannot. I also cannot change any exisiting reports or forms. The only thing I can do is make my changes and then save as a new file. What is very interesting is that when I select to delete something it acts like it is doing it (It asks are you sure etc) but nothing happens and the report remains. This is an issue since now I have multiple versions of the reports and it is gettng confusing. Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance.

RE: Peachtree 2004 cannot delete forms or reports

What is the datapath of your company?

You can go to Maintain, Company Information and see the Directory field that tells you what your datapath is.

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