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Access 2000 Subform

Access 2000 Subform

Access 2000 Subform

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I originally created a form with two subforms in Access 97.  However, after converting to Access 2000, I have run into a problem. When I am in one of the subforms making a modification or adding info, then try to close the main form, I get the message, "You can't save this record at this time.  Microsoft Access may have encountered an error while trying to save a record.  If you close this object now, the data changes you made will be lost.  Do you wan to close the database object anyway?"  When I click ok, it does save the changes.  If I press the escape key first, I don't get this annoying message.  Any ideas?  Thanks!

RE: Access 2000 Subform

Yeah Access 2000 is a Joke. See My I hate 2000 post.
But after that Try this Q237313 article on Converting Access 2000.
I have MSDN and it was in there.
But it is on Microsofts WEB site in the Knowledge BASE.
I have not read it but the Techs said it should Help.
 

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