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Problem with calculated controls

Problem with calculated controls

Problem with calculated controls

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I'm using Access 2000 and I have set up a couple of calculated controls in a form that both include an IIF statement nested in another IIF statement. The controls work fine for all users save for one. The user's machine is running Windows 98 and has Access 2000, but for some reason in these controls ?Name keeps coming up. I have no idea why. Maybe running it in NT will correct this?

RE: Problem with calculated controls

It might have to do with the way Access was installed on the '98 box machine.
Access 2000 is very finicky sometimes.
It also may need a reference setup up in the VBA program in 'Tools' Menu 'References'.
Acesss 2000 assume nothing even though Access '97 let you get by with a few things not specified exactly.

DougP, MCP
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